Gucci Mane released from jail

It's official. Radrick Davis, AKA, Gucci Mane, has left the building -- again -- according to Fulton County Sheriff's officials.

The often-arrested, Atlanta-based hip-hop star was released from the apparently friendly confines of the Fulton County jail at 4:30 a.m. Friday.

Davis, 31, was most recently arrested on Jan. 28 and charged with misdemeanor battery, when, according to a DeKalb police report, he pushed a woman from his moving vehicle. DeKalb Fugitive Squad members arrested him for violation of probation while he was visiting his probation officer. He was transferred to the Fulton jail on April 20, where he remained until this morning.

He got out just in time to miss a mixtape release party that was held for him Tuesday night in anticipation of his release that day, something he had predicted last week.

But in an jail phone interview on Atlanta hip-hop radio station Hot 107.9 FM, Davis promised that he wouldn't get arrested anymore.

“I give my word," Davis said. "It’s getting too much for me. I can’t keep going to  jail. I slipped up this time, but no more slip ups.”

Police say Davis pushed the 36-year-old woman from his vehicle as he drove down Brannen Road in DeKalb. He allegedly picked up the woman, a hair stylist, as she was standing outside the South DeKalb Mall, according to a police incident report. He asked her to eat breakfast with him, and she agreed, but once under way, he told her he wanted to take her to a hotel rather than a restaurant, the report says.

He offered the woman $150, but she declined and demanded to be returned to the mall. That's when he shoved her out of his Hummer, the report says. Police said she suffered minor injuries.

Davis was transferred to the Fulton lockup April 20, facing nine charges, including two felonies -- aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and aggravated assault-- stemming from a 2005 incident in which he pleaded guilty to assault. He was released early and placed on probation, but failed to fulfill court-ordered community service or stay out of trouble.

George Mathis contributed to this report.