A federal judge has decided to keep T.I. in custody until at least next Friday (October 26). During a hearing at the Atlanta federal courthouse today, Magistrate Alan Baverman declined to rule on the matter of bail and ordered Tip back into court on Friday. According to CNN, the rapper’s attorneys offered $2.2 million in bail which included equity in both of his homes, and bonds backed by top executives from both Atlantic and Warner Bros. Records. Nonetheless, Baverman said he still needed time to consider the request for bond. Tip was arrested in Atlanta last Saturday while allegedly picking up three machine guns and silencers. He is now facing a slew of federal weapons charges.