ATLANTA, GA – Young Thug will remain a free man despite prosecutors’ attempt to have his bond revoked in his current case, which stems from a grand jury in Georgia indicting Thug on eight felony charges.

According to The Blast, prosecutors used Thugger’s recent arrest in Los Angeles as proof to why the musician’s bond should be revoked.

During the August arrest, which inconveniently took place at Thug’s Slime Language listening party in Los Angeles, he was taken in on a felony gun charge. His release from jail came the next day.

If Thugger’s bond would have been revoked at his hearing on Tuesday (September 18), he would have found himself back behind bars until his case was brought to trial.

The eight felony charges Thug was indicted on in Georgia earlier this month include possession and intent to distribute meth, weed and hydrocodone, along with possession of amphetamine, alprazolam, codeine, and possession of a firearm.

Young Thug is scheduled to be arraigned in November.