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Days after talking a suicidal man down from an Atlanta skyscraper, T.I. is going back to prison. A federal judge revoked the rapper's probation and ordered him to prison for 11 months because of a drug arrest, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

The rapper (real name: Clifford Harris), who was on probation after serving time on federal weapons charges, was arrested last month on suspicion of drug possession.

T.I. talks suicidal jumper down off ledge

"I think Mr. Harris had had about the limit of second chances," U.S. Distritct Court Judge Charles Pannell Jr. said during the Friday hearing.Dressed in a three-piece grey suit, T.I. said he "screwed up" and pleaded with Pannell not to send him back to prison."I want drugs out of my life. If I can get the treatment and counseling I need ... I can beat this," T.I. told the judge. "I need help. For me, my mother, my kids, I need the court to give me mercy."

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The 30-year-old rapper served seven months in prison last year before being moved to a halfway house in December, where he remained until March. He was on three years' probation and was ordered to perform 1,000 hours of community service. He mostly talked with schoolchildren about the dangers of gangs, drugs and violence.T.I. is expected to surrender to authorities Nov. 1.The sentencing came two days after the Grammy winner was celebrated for his heroic actions in talking a despondent man down from a 22-story building with a video message.