Gucci Mane is free ... and it comes at a good time, because he just dropped a collaborative project with Oakland newcomer V-Nasty.
According to Billboard.com, the rapper (real name: Radric Davis) was released from Fulton County Jail in Atlanta on Sunday (December 11) after serving just three months of his six-month sentence because of good behavior.
In mid-September, Gucci was sentenced to six months in jail after pleading guilty to two counts of battery, two counts of reckless conduct, and one count of disorderly conduct.
The charges stem from an incident in January where he allegedly shoved a woman from his moving car after she refused his sexual advances.
It was falsely reported that Gucci was released back in October, but his day of freedom finally came ... and this time -- just like the last time, and the one before it -- he swears he'll be out for good.
In an interview with XXL this week, the rapper appeared both thankful and remorseful.
"This is the last time I think I'll ever be in jail," Gucci said. "It was a time for me to sit back and just refocus the whole way I do things, man. The times away from my fans just made me want to grind, get in the studio, go to my shows and appreciate my job and what I do now."
On Tuesday (December 13), Gucci dropped his latest project, a collabo album with controversial White Girl Mob rapper V-Nasty, titled BAYTL. Preview the set below.