It looks like JT of City Girls will be returning home soon, if Quality Control’s Pierre “Pee” Thomas' recent comments are anything to go by. In an interview with HipHop-N-More, the record label CEO shared that JT could be released from jail within the next 90 days.

The City Girls member is currently serving a two year sentence for fraudulent credit card charges. At this time, we don't know exactly what day she'll be out of jail. Thomas replied "stay tuned" when asked for more details on JT's release. Watch the clip below.

Although City Girls have been split up since JT began serving her sentence in July 2018, Yung Miami has been holding down the fort, performing "Act Up" at the BET Awards earlier this week. The duo also featured on A$AP Ferg's new track "Wigs."

Revisit our episode of Personal Shopper with Yung Miami below.

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