Young Thug will have to submit to drug tests twice a week following his release from jail, and if he fails ... he will end up right back behind bars.
Thug was released officially at 3:05 PM on November 14 after getting thrown back in jail following a failed drug test in his criminal case. The "Slime Language" rapper was arraigned last week in Georgia where he has been indicted on eight felony charges, including possession and intent to distribute meth, weed, and hydrocodone.
The judge revoked his bond as a result of the dirty test but reinstated it during a court hearing on Wednesday, which allowed the rapper to be released from jail.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Thug will remain on bond following his release but will have to submit to drug tests twice a week. He will also enroll in an out-patient treatment program of his own choosing.
Thug will "report in person or via video conferencing to his substance abuse/addition counsel per the scheduled ordered by his substance abuse/addition counsel."
The rapper has to pay for his own drug counseling and drug testing and has to disclose all progress reports to the District Attorney’s Office.