T.I. spoke with People magazine about becoming the spokesperson for the Hip-Hop Caucus’s new Respect My Vote campaign, despite being unable to cast a ballot himself due to his recent conviction on federal weapons possession charges. “I can’t vote,” the 27-year-old said while in Washington D.C. on Monday. “So I said, ‘Okay, so if I’m going to have to be minus my own vote then the least I could do was urge the masses.’ I can replace my vote with at least a million, two million others.” Read more.
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