He was seen bonding out of the Atlanta Detention Center later Thursday night, Channel 2 Action News reported. His bond amount has not been provided.
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After bonding out, he made a post on Instagram in response to the arrest. It said, "(expletive) the police who be on that (expletive), Shoutout to the ones who get you thru the process ASAP."
The 24-year-old rapper had two Billboard Hot 100 hits in 2018. Those songs were “Drip Too Hard,” which also featured Gunna, and “Yes Indeed,” which featured Drake.
Georgia State Patrol officials said the rapper was charged with reckless driving, failure to use correct signal and attempting to flee police.
This is the third time this week a rapper has been arrested in metro Atlanta. Sha Yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, better known as Grammy-nominated rapper 21 Savage, was taken into custody Sunday in a "targeted operation" meant to nab local rapper Young Nudy, whose real name is Quantavious Thomas.
Abraham-Joseph, who happened to be with Thomas, is in “removal proceedings before the federal immigration courts,” a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement official said.
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Thomas was booked into the DeKalb jail on aggravated assault and gang charges in connection with an unrelated incident that happened two years ago, officials said.
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His arrest occurred hours after a Super Bowl-related concert at The Atrium event center near Pine Lake and Stone Mountain.