American rapper, Soulja Boy, was released just hours after he was taken into custody for probation violation on Friday.
In 2016, while he was on probation, cops went to his home after he made threatening comments online. During their search, they found at least one weapon, a violation of Soulja’s probation.
When the “Crank That” rapper went to see his probation officer in L.A. on Friday morning in San Fernando Valley, he was handcuffed and taken to jail for violating the terms of his probation.
After his release, the rapper’s lawyer Fred Minassian told TMZ that ‘there was no finding in regards to his probation violation,’ adding that there is a March 29 scheduled court date.
In a since-deleted Instagram Live after his release, Soulja Boy says ‘They took all my jewelry, all my chains but I still got my band on [showing jail ID wristband],’ according to the outlet.
‘I just got out of jail right now. I was in the county. My partner pulled up and got me and sit in court with me. I’m out of jail. This s**t ain’t going to stop. That got me f****d up.’
The rapper continued: ‘The biggest comeback of 2018. They try to hate on me and s***t. I’m not going out like [Tekashi] 69. You got me f******d up.’ Just got out of jail I might just rock to the stage. I might just go up on stage. Look at this s**t,’ he added, showing his jail wristband again.
‘You can’t hold me. I’m the hottest rapper in the game. Got me f****ed up,’ he said in the video.