T.I. is not just a rapper and a reality star, he is a hero. In his new memoir Sinner’s Creed, Scott Stapp, lead singer of the American rock band Creed talks about a dark time in his life that involved a drug binge, hallucination and then attempted suicide. MTV reports, Stapp jumped 40 feet and fractured his skull. ”I laid out there for two and a half hours and my guardian angel showed up — rapper T.I.,” Stapp told VH1′s Big Morning Buzz Live. This is not the first time T.I. has saved someone from an attempted suicide.
Have you been formally introduced to T.I. — rapper, actor, father and hero? During a promotional run for his new memoir, Scott Stapp, the lead singer of Creed, revealed that T.I. literally saved his life after an attempted suicide.
Stapp, who opens “Sinner’s Creed” with the harrowing story, shared an abbreviated version of the events during a visit to VH1′s “Big Morning Buzz Live.” Stapp explained that he’d checked into the penthouse of Miami’s Delano Hotel during a drug binge. After days of being awake, phantom voices and the hotel’s white walls prompted visions of being trapped in an asylum, and Stapp jumped over his balcony, falling 40 feet. He fractured his skull, broke his hip and nose and couldn’t move.
Then, in comes T.I. “I laid out there for two and a half hours and my guardian angel showed up — rapper T.I.,” Stapp said. “He immediately took care of the situation and saved my life.”
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