Last year, he and rapper Killer Mike, called for a protest against the restaurant after a customer lodged allegations of discrimination.
"I felt completely disrespected at a business I have been patronizing for years," a diner wrote in a social media post after she said the Lenox Road restaurant wasn't able to seat her party of seven.
At the time Houston's said in a statement that it does not tolerate discrimination and was unable to seat large parties at certain times. Since then, according to T.I.'s recently posted message on social media, meetings to discuss the matter have resulted in progress.
"I’m happy to say... We may now enjoy the spinach dip again!!!" he said.
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