As has been previously mentioned in the coverage leading up to Gates' release, he's out on parole and under mandatory supervision for the time being.
The 31-year-old from Baton Rouge, Louisiana came to prominence in 2013, and his studio album "Isiah" reached No. 2 on the Billboard Top 200 in 2016.
Gates previously spent time in prison after he was convicted of kicking a female fan during a performance in Florida.
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Gates tweeted this photo after his release this morning.
Fans of the rapper immediately took to Twitter to express their excitement about his release from prison. Gates served 9 months of a 30-month sentence.
The Baton Rouge rapper served nine months of a 30-month sentence for a weapons-related warrant in an IL state prison.
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