T.I., born Clifford Harris, dropped the request today (November 8), citing strong opposition from prosecutors handling the high profile case.
Prosecutors claimed that T.I. was seeking special treatment and said that since his release, he has submitted a list with 95 names, making it difficult for court officials to conduct background checks on each individual.
The 27-year-old rapper is charged with illegally purchasing three machine guns and two silences in an Atlanta parking lot, hours before the BET Awards on October 13.
He pleaded not guilty to three charges of illegally possessing silencers and machine guns.
T.I. was released on $3 million dollars bond on October 26.