Soulja Boy Released From Jail, Says He’s ‘Not Going Out Like 6ix9ine’

Soulja Boy is a free man.

Just hours after being arrested for a probation violation on Friday (Mar. 15), Big Drako was launched from custody. And he didn’t waste any time, returning to Instagram Live to have a good time his freedom.

“Yeah, ni**a, I’m out, ni**a!” mentioned Soulja. “Big Drako, ni**a, I’m out of jail! This shit ain’t gon’ cease, bruh! Y’all obtained me fucked up! I had the most important comeback of 2018, bruh!”

During his celebratory rant, he additionally cracked a joke on the expense of 6ix9ine, who stays in jail after accepting a plea deal in his federal racketeering case. “Ni**as tryna hate on me and shit, bruh. I’m not going out like 6ix9ine, bruh! You obtained me fucked up,” he added whereas displaying off his intimate wristband.

Soulja mentioned he was behind bars with the “Bloods and Crips” earlier than declaring himself the “hottest rapper within the sport.”

Despite his arrest, that didn’t cease him from taking the courtroom at halftime in the course of the Clippers vs. Bulls sport at L.A.’s Staples Center, the place he carried out his 2007 hit “Crank That (Soulja Boy).”

Earlier within the day, he was arrested for a probation violation after police beforehand searched his Agoura Hills, Calif. house and located ammunition whereas investigating an alleged kidnapping. He was handcuffed and brought to a Van Nuys jail throughout a go to to his probation officer.

Soulja’s lawyer, Fred Minassian, tells TMZ that the decide launched him pending a listening to on March 29. “There was no discovering with regard to his probation violation,” says Minassian.