Gucci Mane’s Probation Is Over Two Years Early

It’s been a little under a year and a half since Gucci Mane walked out of a Federal Penitentiary and regained his freedom. Needless to say, he’s made the most of the next chapter in his life, rolling out a steady stream of new music capable of rivaling anything he produced before his sentence was handed down, writing a new autobiography set to drop later this month, while also generally being a productive and cheerful member of society.

One person who took note of Guwop’s post-release success is Judge Steve C. Jones, who recently signed off on an order to end Gucci’s probation a full two years before it was set to expire. The Fader recently obtained a copy of the rapper’s unopposed motion for early termination of his supervised release that was granted by the Judge last month on August 23. He will officially become a totally free man on September 19.

Gucci was sentenced last year to three year’s worth of probation and was forced to pay a $5,000 fine related to a gun charge conviction. A parole deal was combining the time he served in prison after pleading guilty back in 2014 to possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Now a totally free man, Guwop can go about keeping his winning streak alive. He’s set to marry his longtime girlfriend Keyshia Ka’oir next month.