You would think in 2007, if you’re multi-platinum selling artist you would at least know how to get on the internet and promote yourself or see what people are saying about you. Not T.I. He’s in the midst of promoting his new album, “T.I. vs. Tip” and in an interview with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, he admits he has no idea he has the internet going nuts, he doesn’t own an iPod, and doesn’t know how to download music.
"I work in the studio with computers, but like Internet surfing and all of that stuff? Nah,” T.I. told the paper. “I have somebody pull up my MySpace account for me so I can see what’s going on and write back to people."
He also said that he doesn’t care what kind of influence hip-hop has on his kids and that there should be no efforts to clean up hip-hop on the radio or on television.
“It all starts at home. That’s where values are instilled. That’s where standards are taught. I’m a father of five kids who watch BET and all kinds of videos," he said. "They like 50 [Cent]. They like Lil’