Rapper Offset from the group Migos was released from jail this week, after spending eight months due to a drug and gun arrest after a concert in GA.
Offset pled no contest on Dec. 4 to “riot in a penal institution,” and as part of the deal, it would dismiss his separate gun and drug charges. But by taking that plea, the 23-year-old received his third felony, and under Georgia’s three strikes law, if he gets in trouble again, the judge could put him away for life.
Offset’s last felony was for burglary back in 2013, he was just released from probation right before his April drug and gun charge arrest. If he’d still been on probation, a judge could’ve thrown him in jail because it’s a violation for someone on probation to get caught committing another crime.
Offset released a freestyle after being released that you can check out here.