T.I. is in rare form in these deleted scenes from last night's episode of "Road To Redemption" on MTV. In this video, T.I. receives a phone call from his mom, Violeta Morgan, who is shocked at the language and behavior displayed by one of T.I.'s younger cousins at a teenager's birthday party.

Listen to the kid try to explain to T.I. why he didn't think his behavior was inappropriate. Then you will understand why an entire generation of youth is lost because of Hip Hop's influence.

If you ever wondered who dresses T.I. in Polo by Ralph Lauren, Louis Vuitton and Gucci -- peep this video where Tip gives his stylist Rose a hard time. Wouldn't you love a woman like Rose to dress you in the finest threads every morning?

"T.I.'s Road To Redemption: 45 Days To Go" airs Tuesdays on MTV at 9:30 p.m.

Video source: Allie Wester | Fanscape, Inc.

  • Terry .W

    Thats coz people dont Whoop their kids no more!....Im not sure if that talk T.I gave his cousin will be efficient, but then again, at least he tried....My momma wouldn't call anyone if she heard that..she would TAKE CARE of it herself.

  • http://www.tagged.com/mr718to404 BK2ATLMAN

    Wow, Ti could of broke it down for the kid a little better then that. It was like a joke for the most part. Yeah my moms would of cut the music off and called their parents if they heard anything like that at a sweet 16 party.. But thats todays youth, its not just hip hop, its also the fact that alot of these kids parents are kids themselves.

  • KAT

    i keep forgetting about this show....i'm going to have to catch some repeats.

  • goat76

    Parents should raise their kids.........not the streets, not the teachers, not the TV, not the radio, not the role models, not the internet, not rappers or actors, not the coaches.....

  • goat76

    @Kat....it's a pretty good show....It's a positive show....No women sluttin themselves out for 15minutes...no men selling out just for fame, sex, and money......

    You can't change the World, but to make a difference in at least one person life....is a job well done....

  • http://www.tagged.com/mr718to404 BK2ATLMAN

    yeah, i always miss this show.. help out a kid on the show, then shoot a video with half nekkid women in it...lol

  • http://www.tagged.com/mr718to404 BK2ATLMAN

    Parents should raise their kids………not the streets, not the teachers, not the TV, not the radio, not the role models, not the internet, not rappers or actors, not the coaches

    Agrees 100%

  • http://happynappyhead.blogspot.com Seattle Slim

    Cosign bk2atlman! Why the hell wasn't T.I. Doing this to begin with?? I like what he is doing and caught an episode he just makes me mad because he has so much potential but that street mental is a hard habit for him to break.

  • LovelyLady

    Yall said it for me. Hip hop isn't here to raise your kids. u teach them values and respect. hip hop dont give a hoop nanny about you and ur's all they care about is getting their money. Like goat76 said tv, radio, teachers etc didn't have these kids so stop letting them raise them. Y does hip hop have such a big impact on youth? Because parents are letting TV, Videos and everybody else raise them instead of doing the job urself.

    Im only 21 and im in the age group where people think we have no repsect n e more and no values. well i'll tell you this my mama aint play that. when she felt like we were watching to much videos in the morning b4 school she made us watch the news (dang i was mad about that), if we wanted a cd she had to hear the cd and if she didnt like that cd was gone out the house quick when she heard the first word b*tch, f*ck, etc. (catch my drift). Americans are spoiled and lazy always want somebody else to do their job. Don't use hip hop as an excuse to why ur bad azz kids r the way they r and evaluate what ur doing as a parent.

    Next it's going be Obama fault. STFU and STFD

  • http://myspace.com/bwcoop Coop


    Stop pointing the finger at Hip Hop.

  • trina@atl

    Any of the parents at the party should have cut the music off and pulled him off stage. He is only 16 and making these rap songs, now I hope T.I. don't turn around and give him a record deal and let him put this type of music out.
    Our youth are in a sad state right now. They have no idea what respect means for themselves or others.
    I finally saw the whole episode of his show last night and it was really good. I hope he continues to do stuff like that even after he is finished serving his time.

  • licia

    when are parents gonna be blamed for their kids acting a d*mn fool?

  • Daisy

    LOL That darn TI is a FOOL..lol I had to laugh at him in both videos. Yall know I luvs me some TI with his cute narrown self..lol

  • goat76

    @Seattle Slim......better late than never.....
    Sometimes it may take seeing a love one pass to finally get strait....or you can see yourself lose your fam, because of some stupid sh1t he did......but it's never too late to change and to make a positive influence in somebody's life......I didn't get my sh1t together until I damn near flunked out off school.....but I was able to change that negative into a positive....and I try to pass on my experiences to the youngins whenever the opportunity presents it's self......

  • Charles

    ATL HOODRAT!!!!!!!

    MLK is smacking his head at this niggatry

  • Daisy

    We love you to Charles..lol

  • Daisy

    Oh and MLK is shaking his head at his own kids who can't seem to get it together either

  • http://groups.msn.com/televisionland CaliGirlinGA

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  • bklynchick

    @ Daisy
    He damn sure is. Who would of ever thought?

    Anyways, I have watched the show and it is really good. TI keeps it as real as he can with these kids. I understand that parents need to be responible for there kids but we also need to teach our kids to be reponsible for themselves when they reach at certain age if not sooner. You can talk and whip some of these kids until u are blue in the face and they still go out and do stuff and have to learn the hard way. I applaud TI for this show he is doing a great job and I hope he continues to be blessings when he gets out of jail.

  • georgiapeach1972

    Can someone tell me how old is Free?