The “Turn My Swag On” rapper was released from prison, having served only 94 days of a 240-day prison sentence for a probation violation, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office.
Soulja Boy — whose real name is DeAndre Cortez Way — was let out of Van Nuys jail on Sunday at 1:57 a.m. PST. The reason for his release is cited as “expiration,” meaning his time expired.
Page Six reached out to the Sheriff’s Office for comment about why Soulja Boy’s time in jail was cut short. According to TMZ, he was let out due to good behavior, time served, and overcrowding.
A rep for the rapper did not respond to requests for comment.
On April 11, Soulja Boy, 28, was arrested after police found ammunition in his San Fernando Valley home while investigating his girlfriend’s claims that he kidnapped and assaulted her. That case was dismissed.
The rapper had been sentenced to five years probation in 2017 after police discovered he was in possession of a firearm, according to The Blast. He was also arrested in 2014 for carrying a loaded gun in public.