American rapper and entertainer T. I. has landed in Ghana with his significant other as a major aspect of the Year of Return activity supported by the Tourism Ministry.
Clifford Joseph Harris Jr. referred to expertly as T.I., regularly adapted as TIP or T.I.P., contacted down at the Terminal 3 of the Kotoka International Airport in the midst of drumming and moving at 1 pm.
Heaps of African-Americans in the diaspora have booked their passes to visit Ghana to backtrack their family attaches and to encounter the life and culture of individuals.
The Year of Return, an activity planned for checking a long time since the principal dark slaves arrived in Jamestown Virginia is taking off like fire.
As of now, the activity that urges Africans in the diaspora to return home, has seen a variety of big names advance into Ghana to investigate, learn and value their foundations.
American comic and TV have, Steve Harvey joined the variety of African American diasporan who have visited to become familiar with their foundations to bondage.
A large number of outsiders are relied upon to be in the nation and TI is one of them.