Bobby Shmurda has been released after serving six years in prison.
The US rapper, real name Ackquille Pollard, was arrested in 2014.
He later took a plea deal and was sentenced to seven years in prison on weapons and conspiracy charges.
On Monday, an Instagram story was shared from his account thanking fans for “remaining loyal” and “riding out” the sentence with him. “I love you all and look forward to seeing you soon,” it read.
Migos’ Quavo told Billboard he would be picking the rapper up from New York’s Clinton Correctional Facility.
“I’m going to get my guy,” he said.
Bobby Shmurda became one of the most exciting new names in hip-hop after he rose to fame when a number of his songs went viral, along with the ‘Shmoney Dance’ which was popular on Vine.
The 26-year-old’s debut single Hot Boy has almost 700 million views on YouTube, and he made BBC 1Xtra’s Hot for 2015 list.
He told 1Xtra’s DJ Semtex at the time that he was “speechless” about the success of the track.
Fans will remember Migos teasing a collaborative album with Bobby Shmurda before his arrest.
In 2019, Quavo tweeted about the project, hinting that it could be released soon.