The Trap God has been sprung.
Rapper Gucci Mane has been released from prison after serving more than two years behind bars for a federal firearms charge, his lawyer Drew Findling confirmed to the Daily News.
The “Trap House” rapper left the Indiana penitentiary early Thursday, four months earlier than his posted release date. He has leased a house in the metropolitan Atlanta area, and will spend a few months under house arrest before beginning probation, Findling said.
Mane’s girlfriend, Keyshia Ka’oir, confirmed his release on Thursday with exuberant Snapchat posts showcasing his rock-hard abs and what appeared to be their intertwined hands — captioning the latter photo “Reunited.”
The prolific Atlanta-based rapper, born Radric Davis, entered prison in September 2013 and pleaded guilty to the firearms charge in May 2014, Findling said.
Mane’s latest release date from the Terre Haute facility was listed as Sept. 20, 2016, by the Federal Bureau of Prisons. His lawyers filed motions several months ago to have his release date “shortened and corrected” for previous time served, according to Findling.
The rapper, who continued cranking out mixtapes well into his stint in the big house, plans to “immediately go back to being a recording artist,” Findling told The News.
“Already today I’m getting just endless thank-you messages from fans all over America, thanking me for their favorite artist coming back into the public,” the attorney said. “It’s truly remarkable.”
By Thursday evening, the website IsGucciManeInJail.com had finally changed its single-word display from “YES” to “NO.”
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