Migos have gone without Offset since he entered jail in April. This afternoon, the rapper’s 233-day stay concluded after a bail hearing that saw him successfully lobby against charges of inciting a prison riot.

The news, first noted by TMZ and later corroborated by tweets from artist Rich The Kidd, comes several months after the release of the group’s debut album, Yung Rich Nation. Migos’ manager Coach K confirmed Offset’s departure from jail, as reported by The FADER.

Migos’ initial jailing stemmed from a Georgia Southern University performance, during which the trio possessed illicit substances and firearms. Offset’s stay was prolonged due to the aforementioned riot he allegedly caused. His lawyer, veteran Atlanta attorney Drew Findling, said the spitter will serve five years probation as part of a plea deal for release.

You can watch a video of Offset celebrating his dismissal below, courtesy of TMZ.