YFN Lucci has been released on bond following his arrest for murder.
The Atlanta rapper (real name Rayshawn Bennett) was booked into Fulton County jail last month in connection with a Dec. 10 shooting, which left one man dead and another injured.
An “exhaustive investigation” by the Atlanta Police Department labeled him as a suspect, prompting Lucci to turn himself in.
Lucci is currently out after being granted bail, with strict conditions attached.
In a statement from Lucci’s lawyer, his reps negotiated with the prosecution a $500,000 bond which was finalized this morning (Jan. 8), ahead of a bond motion on Tuesday.
Bennett was released shortly before 4pm. The bond conditions include that he must surrender his passport and wear a GPS ankle monitor, his lawyer explains.
The next court date has yet to be set. The state “will have to present the case to a grand jury if they so choose,” attorney Drew Findling tells Billboard via email.
In January, a video announcement from Atlanta PD confirmed that Lucci faces the charges of felony murder, aggravated assault and participation in criminal street gang activity as well as possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony.
Lucci was featured on OMB Peezy’s “Hustle,” which hit streaming services a week after the alleged shooting and dropped his Wish Me Well 3 mixtape on Dec. 4.
Shortly before surrendering to authorities, Lucci rolled out a new music video with Mozzy for their collaboration “Rolled On.”