Playboi Carti has been released from custody in Georgia on bond following a brief arrest. The rapper was apprehended yesterday on gun and drug charges, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) reports.

Carti, real name Jordan Carter, was stopped by law enforcement in Clayton County, Georgia on Thursday, April 2, due to an expired tag on his Lamborghini. Upon being pulled over, deputies found three firearms, 12 bags of marijuana, xanax, codeine, and oxycodone in the vehicle. Carter was then arrested and taken to Clayton County Jail along with his passenger Jaylon Tucker.

Carti has since posted bond and was released, however, Tucker remains locked up. Gunner Stahl, a photographer and friend of the rapper confirmed the release, writing "Carti is at home , let's stop the "free"stuff thanks," in a tweet that has since been deleted.

The full story surrounding Carti's recent arrest is still developing. Visit for the original report.

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