Fans of New Orleans rapper Kevin Gates are determined to declare, Jan.10, as "Kevin Gates Day".
- Rapper Kevin Gates walked out of an IL state prison Wednesday morning, as scheduled, and no surprise warrants this time around, according to TMZ.
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As per TMZ, the By Any Means 2 artist was released from prison as scheduled earlier this morning and, thankfully, there was no surprise warrant waiting around for him once he was outside of those penitentiary walls. The theme eventually led to a single titled, "I Don't Get Tired" that featured August Alsina. "Please keep Kevin Gates and that trash music locked up in prison where it belong", one fan tweeted. The album was titled Islah and peaked at number two on the US Billboard 200 Charts. He walked out after serving nine months of a 30-month sentence in an IL state facility on a weapons charge. Gates served 9 months of a 30-month sentence.
Gates went to his Twitter and Instagram account and shared an image of the words "I'M HIM".