J Hus Released From Prison, Performs With Drake Hours Later: Watch
British rapper J Hus got out of prison early after serving a four-month bid and got right back to business. He joined Drake for a show in London.
It was clearly a big surprise for the crowd at London’s O2 Arena on Friday night (April 5). The newly-released rapper performed his song "Did You See" from his 2017 project Common Sense while a huge message of "Welcome Home" displayed on the stage. Drizzy documented the special moment on Instagram. Sharing a photo of the two rappers embracing onstage, he captioned the pic, "Done a lot of shows had a lot of moments but tonight was just a different energy we were truly all so happy to see this brudda fwd home cause we know what happens next!!! 🐚 🐚 🐚."
Hus was initially arrested last July in Stratford, East London. The 23-year-old rapper, born Momodou Jallow, was pulled over at Westfield Shopping Center and police discovered he was in the possession of a knife. He was released on bond a short time later. He pleaded not guilty and planned to take his case to trial. However, in December 2018, he admitted guilt and was sentenced to serve eight months behind bars. It appears he was released after serving only half of his sentence and is back doing what he does best.
Check out photos and footage of J Hus performing with Drake at London's O2 Arena below.
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