Gucci Mane has been sitting behind bars since April after pushing a woman out of a moving vehicle, but he’ll be back on the streets next month. The Atlanta, Georgia rapper will be released from prison in June and his probation will end by the end of that month.
“Gucci appeared in a Fulton County courtroom on Monday afternoon and in less than an hour, our attorney Mark Issa prevailed,” Gucci’s publicist told MTV News. “Gucci will not only be released in 45 days, but will also end his probation by the last days of June upon his release from jail. Gucci looks forward to getting back into the studio and on with his life. Gucci thanks all his fans for the overwhelming love and support they have given.”
His current incarceration stems from an incident that took place in January, when he picked up a woman at the South DeKalb Mall and subsequently pushed her out of his car when she refused to accept $150 to go to a hotel with him. He was arrested in April during a meeting with his parole visitor on misdemeanor battery.