OTF rapper Lil’ Durk was able to take a deep breath of freedom after he was released from jail Thursday.
Durk spent more than four weeks in jail after being nabbed on a weapons charge.
The Coke Boy took to Twitter to proclaim his freedom following his release, writing, “I’m back b—- yea I’m back b—- did you miss me or u ain’t care b—-…..I’m free.
“Get caught with anotha slamma dey say my first offer 10….#nahhhhhhhhhhh.”
Durk posted a photo of himself via Instagram with a caption that read, “
I was out 30mins #imfreebitch.”
Durk is wasting no time getting to work after telling followers he will drop the “L’s Anthem” remix featuring French Montana if they retweet.
“Me and @FrencHMonTanA need alotta rt to drop LSS ANTHEM remix #otfcokeboys,” he wrote.
Lil’ Mouse welcomed the “Dis Ain’t What You Want” rapper home, writing, “Welcome home Big Bro @lildurk_ We Fina Tear Da Streetz Up #HellaBandz OTF.”
Durk’s girlfriend, Nicole Covone, welcomed her beau home, writing, “I wanna give a special shout out to my love @lildurk_ for just coming home n being here with me every step of the way love you #OTF.”
Durk’s legal woes began after police reportedly saw the Def Jam rapper pitch a stolen handgun in the backseat of a parked Hyundai Sonata in the Englewood neighborhood on the South Side of Chicago, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
The 20-year-old GBE-affiliate, whose birth name is Durk D. Banks, was subsequently charged with one felony count of unlawful use of a weapon by a felon.
But another man is claiming that it was he who tossed the gun.
Clarence January, 20, reportedly told police “this is my gun,” according to an affidavit the convicted felon signed.
Durk’s attorney, Sam Adam Jr., told the judge his client is not guilty of any wrongdoing, saying, “He tried to tell the officers at the time, and the officers took the defendant anyway,” according to DNAInfo.com.
Adam argued nine witnesses have come forward to say it was January’s gun.
January has a long rap sheet, including a 2010 unlawful use of weapon conviction, according to court records obtained by the Sun-Times. January was acquitted of an attempted murder charge in March.
The judge ordered Durk to be held in jail on $100,000 bail.
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