M24 was sentenced to six months behind bars but, he was recently released. Following his release the rapper dropped a freestyle to commemorate the occasion. He also had a lot to say.
The UK drill rapper was released from prison after serving three months for knife possession. The drill rapper from Brixton, South London served only half of his initial six months sentence.
Following his release, he took to Instagram to share a series of posts which showed him resuming his daily life out of prison. M24 captioned one of his posts, “Straight Back Home” as he displayed a tray if glittering ice while rocking a bejeweled grill.
In another, M24 can be seen sitting on a barbershop chair with a gold facial mask covering his face. He wrote under the post, “Fresh out the gulag !”The rapper quickly got back to his roots and dropped a fresh freestyle. In one of his posts, he freestyled about his time in prison and his plans now he’s a free man. He said, “Jail is a f#####-up place, I don’t wish that on no one.”
The South Londoner was a passenger in a vehicle when he was arrested back in September. The car was pulled over and searched by police in East London. After he was found in possession of a knife he was awarded a six months sentence in addition of “Knife Crime Prevention Order.”
The rapper started his musical career as part of the “150” crew. His breakout single which launched his solo career was “We Don’t Dance”. You can check out his fresh freestyle after his release below.
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