In fact, Carter, 38, will get no time. He also will have no sentencing hearing.
In the final hours of his term, President Donald Trump issued a flurry of pardons and commutations, including one for the rapper.
The artist had shown support for Trump leading up to the November presidential election, “leaving many fans baffled because neither had ever stood behind Trump, much less publicly announced their political leanings before,” the AJC’s ArLuther Lee wrote.
Carter is no stranger to Atlanta.
His daughter, Reginae Carter, and ex-wife Toya Wright are Atlanta residents. Reginae Carter’s Sweet 16 party thrown by Wright and the rapper was featured on MTV, and Wright owns Garb Shoetique in Smyrna.