Troubled rapper T.I. appeared on a radio show in Atlanta on Monday, where he discussed the lessons he's learned from his recent drug arrest, promising to speak through his music and actions from now on, rather than making "a whole lot of promises."

During the interview on V103's 'Ryan Cameron Show,' Tip disclosed that he resented former supporters and fellow artists who had turned against him after he was arrested for drug possession in Los Angeles last month.

"After this, I will become a better person," he concluded, with resolve. "I am not without flaw. One thing from my flaws that I have always done, I have accepted responsibility."

After joking that he had plenty of time on his hands for further self-reflection, the 30-year-old Grand Hustle boss revealed his strategy for getting through his upcoming 11-month prison sentence.

"I'm gonna take it a day at a time," he explained. "I got a little while to plan. One thing I'm not gonna do is, I'm not gonna talk and make a whole lot of promises and do this or do that. I'm gonna speak more through my music and my actions. And I'm gonna let God lead me wherever that may be."

T.I.'s long-delayed seventh album, 'King Uncaged,' has yet to receive a release date.