Hip Hop Twitter Reacts To Kevin Gates Release From Prison

Last year he served six months in jail in Florida for an assault charge but upon his release, he was extradited to Illinois for the pending weapons charge. — Dat Boi Jay (@cajunboijay) January 10, 2018

I knw Kevin Gates finn drop tht FIRE! Trust me I understand… pic.twitter.com/ztTA51hoCi
— Heel Turn Haden (@_TheSonOfMars_) January 10, 2018

That Boi Kevin Gates Free #BWA pic.twitter.com/2CYuYd20CQ
— COOL AL ?? omm
— kurve$tir (@Reneeebad) January 10, 2018

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Kevin Gates Sentenced To 2.5 Years For Gun Charge More details about his parole will be coming so check back with Dancehallhiphop.com regularly. George Zimmerman followed and murdered an innocent 17 year old Trayvon Martin and was allowed to use the law. Kevin Gates is now a free man and the hip hop Twitter community is reacting. lol let that man be with his family
— Tentz (@Tentz__) January 10, 2018

Kevin Gates out I just hope yall dont stop supporting his music like yall did Boosie and Gucci when they got out ???????? — $ (@Jstlivinbbyy) January 10, 2018

Kevin Gates slander will get you unfollowed wit the quickness ??? Not all fans were happy about his release from prison. Kevin Gates got 180 days in jail for kicking a fan who kept grabbing him, he tried to use the Florida's Stand Your Ground law, but was denied. George Zimmerman followed and murdered an innocent 17 year old Trayvon Martin and was allowed to use the law. Hip hop Twitter has been celebrating his release from prison all day. He was originally sentenced to 30-months for a gun charge, so he was released on parole which carries some conditions like mandatory supervision and cannot be in possession of any firearm, at least until his probation ends. “I’m Him,” he wrote in front a blacked out background. “Kevin Gates got 180 days in jail for kicking a fan who kept grabbing him, he tried to use the Florida’s Stand Your Ground law, but was denied. Trust me I understand,” one fan wrote on Twitter. There were some trolls who were just hell-bent on making their voices heard. “Please keep Kevin Gates and that trash music locked up in prison where it belong,” one fan tweeted. In that case, a warrant was out for his arrest, but this time there are no outstanding warrants, at least none that we are aware of. (@SoCoolAl) January 10, 2018

Kevin Gates just got out of prison and I’m already waiting on his next song
— luisa (@itsluisagibson) January 10, 2018

Y'all really think Kevin Gates gon drop a track today huh? Kevin Gates has already made his first post on Instagram which has already racked up close to half a million likes within a few hours. The Baton Rouge rapper was released from prison on Wednesday morning in Illinois after serving 9 months in jail.