Sometimes it really pays to be a rapper's kid. TMZ reports today (Sept. 26) that T.I.'s stepdaughter Zonnique Pullins will avoid jail time for bringing a gun into an airport earlier this year.

Zonnique, 20, was arrested back in June and charged with bringing a concealed weapon into Atlanta’s Hartfield-Jackson International Airport. According to Georgia State Laws, bringing a gun into the airport, also know as "airport carry," is legal just as long as TSA officers are notified of the firearm. The Georgia airport had just changed their airport carry laws and penalties as of June 1, so Pullins could have been charged with up to a year in jail and a $100,000 fine. Instead of serving the jail sentence for the crime, Tip's stepdaughter was ordered by a judge to attend a gun law training class, pay a $500 fine and log 60 hours of community service, all within 90 days.

Zonnique is the eldest daughter of T.I.'s wife, Tiny, from a previous relationship. T.I. and Tiny have quite the brood to deal with, so it's lucky for them that this legal mishap was mostly avoided.brood

Tip has been keeping busy musically and politically this year. The Rubberband Man reportedly has over 100 songs recorded for his upcoming LP Dime Trap. And Bankhead's own has been very outspoken about the recent slew of police brutality against Black men in America, taking part in protests and dropping music on the subject. Earlier this month, the Grand Hustle maestro released a politically charged EP titled Us or Else along with a visual for one of the EP's songs "Black Man" featurign Quavo, Meek Mill and RaRa.

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