After spending more than two weeks in jail, YoungBoy Never Broke Again has reportedly bailed out. According to TMZ, the 18-year-old posted $75,000 bail on Thursday afternoon (March 15) to secure his release from Georgia’s Ware County Jail.

The Baton Rouge-bred rapper was arrested on assault and kidnapping charges last month for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend and dragging her back into a Georgia hotel room.

To complicate things further, YoungBoy has been on probation for his role in a non-fatal drive-by shooting last year. In addition to probation, YoungBoy was also given a suspended 10-year prison sentence, $5,000 fine and ordered to do 250 hours of community service.

Earlier this month, prosecutors who deemed him a “threat to society,” suggested his probation should be revoked and initial sentence reinstated because of the new charges.

YoungBoy’s upcoming debut album, Until Death Call My Name, is expected to arrive April 27. The first single, “Right Or Wrong” featuring Future, was released earlier this week.