It has just been announced that Bobby Shmurda has been released from prison early.
The news comes after the rapper was initially sentenced back in 2016 to 6-7 years as part of a plea deal.
This was after he plead guilty to conspiracy and weapon possession.
Back in September, he was denied parole.
But now, Shmurda has been released ten months earlier than his original date.
The New York Times previously reported that the rapper received extra credit for "good institutional behavior."
And this ensured that he was eligible for conditional freedom this month.
Yesterday, his Instagram account saw some activity ahead of his release.
The 5-minute clip shows a scene from the 1990 film King Of New York, featuring actor Christopher Walken as former drug lord Frank White leaving Rikers Island along with the caption "how the f*c y'all forget about me?"
Now, it is said that the rapper is ready to get back down to work.
This is a breaking news story and will be updated accordingly.