Back in April, Atlanta rap trio Migos found themselves behind bars after being arrested prior to a performance at Georgia Southern University. Police searched their vehicles and found marijuana, lean, and firearms.

Later that month two of the three rappers, Quavo and Takeoff, were released on bond, however, Offset was held and additionally charged with battery and inciting a riot for an incident that happened while he was inside the jail.

Offset was finally released on December 4th, after he agreed to plead guilty for creating a riot in a penal institution in exchange for all other charges to be dropped. In his first interview since being release, Offset said, “If I didn’t take the plea, then it wouldn’t be handled and I would be sitting in jail right now.” He also revealed to WSBTV on in accordance with the plea he was sentenced to five years probation, a $1,000 fine and is banned from four counties in Georgia.

Check out the full interview below.

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Offset spoke about his jail experience saying, “It was like a slap in the face and I didn’t understand where it came from or why I had to do it. [It was] something I had to go through with me and God,” he continued, “I had to sit down to see my opportunity so I can take advantage of it to the most that I can.”

Source Complex