Miami rapper Jacki-O is calling it quits.

In a post to her fans on Facebook, the female rapper says she’s decided to retire from Hip-Hop, because she’s been touched by the hand of God.

“Something has happened to me and it feels good,” Jacki-O writes. “I can’t explain it. I can’t explain the hand of GOD, but he touched me and lead me to my true purpose. The ‘hiphop’ life gave me a high, but NOT like this!

“Believe me when I say God is real. I know to some of yall this sounds a bit corny &clich√© but when GOD touches you, its true revelation,” she continued. “To all my ride or die fans, I want to say a special THANK YOU for supporting me throughout my crazy years of a hiphop artist. Thank you to the promoters for the continue support and emails for all the requests for shows, but unfortunately I have to decline. Thank you,You have definitely shown me love But I am truly fulfilled now. I feel new! I know my true purpose.”

While thanking her longtime, grown fans, Jacki also had a message to her younger listeners, apologizing for, what she calls,¬†her “contribution of sewage on your generation.”

“To my younger fans, Im so truly sorry for my contribution of sewage on your generation,” writes the former rapper. “I was wrong. I was lost. Forgive me. I am on a new journey with GOD but I will still be using my GOD given talent to reach &teach!:)”

Jacki-O broke onto the scene in the early 2000s with the explicit single, entitled “P*ssy (Real Good)”. She’d follow with her debut album, Poe Little Rich Girl, which opened at #95 on the Billboard 200 and sold over 20,000 copies in its first week.

The rapper would follow with Little Red Riding Hood in 2009, release a handful of mixtapes and two books.