Lil Pump says he's heading to prison for violating his probation. The 18-year-old rapper, who was recently arrested for driving without a license, told fans on Wednesday that he's "gotta go in and do a couple months."

Pump took to Instagram to share the news, explaining in a short clip that his recent arrest in Miami violated his probation in Los Angeles, California. "Listen up y’all,” he said. “I’m just going to get straight to the point. You saw what happened in Miami. I got arrested for some bullshit or whatever. So, I’m on probation in LA. I just violated my P.O. so I gotta go in and do a couple months."

He continued, “I got some crazy ass shit droppin’ while I’m in there, so I’m gonna have something for y’all. Don’t worry. It’s gonna be crazy.” Pump, who signed an $8 million record deal with Warner Bros. earlier in March, previously revealed that his debut album Harvard Dropout would drop September 14.

"Listen kids, stay in school, don't fuck up like me," he concludes. According to the rapper, his management team will be handling his socials while he's away. Check out the announcement in full below.

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