Rapper T.I. has been tapped to join a 25 member task force that will come up with a way to repurpose Atlanta's city jail, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced on Tuesday.
The Mayor added that the force would convert the Atlanta City Detention Center into a "multi-faceted use center for wellness and healing, skills-building, economic mobility, and crime prevention."
"This Task Force reflects strong local leadership, willing to help us progress towards a safer, and just city," Bottoms said in a news release. "It is my hope this building will serve as an epicenter for resources, education, and training for the community. With the help of these members, I am optimistic that what is reimagined will be the future of One Atlanta."
As well as T.I., 'Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta star Scrapp Deleon has also been recruited. Viewers of the show saw Scrapp sentenced to time behind bars before his release. VH1's cameras captured his struggle to readjust to society and get his life back on track.