Man, T.I. just can't catch a break.
The rapper, who was recently released from prison after serving 11 months for drug possession, is planning to film a reality show about his post-jail life. Of course he is, right?
But a rep for Dismas Charities, the halfway house where T.I. will be residing for the foreseeable future, tells TMZ there's no way VH1 cameras will be allowed inside the facility.
"It is just not going to happen," says the insider.
Prior to this stint in the clink, T.I. served approximately one year for a federal gun conviction in 2009. He was arrested along with his wife last year and sent back for violating his probation.
It's unclear how the artist's reality show will go forward now, as filming began the instant he stepped foot outside an Arkansas prison on Wednesday, but the series will not be permitted to capture such halfway house activities as basketball, tennis and faith-based healing courses.