According to TMZ, the Florida rapper will be released on Wednesday (Dec. 20). However, he will be on “very restrictive house arrest conditions” for the next 2 months.
XXXTentacion attorney, David Bogenschutz, also said that the judge will allow the rapper to fulfill his contractual obligations while on house arrest, including allowing him to visit a local recording studio. However, while released, he’s not to have any contact with the victims or witnesses in the case.
This house arrest is set for 60 days, after which X’s attorney plans to get him released on bond while they prepare for his case.
XXXTentacion was jailed last week after hit with a number of felony charges, which are tied to alleged witness tampering in his domestic abuse case.