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mystikal released from jailIt’s been over two months since rapper Mystikal was placed behind bars for violating his probation and now he’s been released from the East Baton Rouge Parish Jail in Louisiana, reports TMZ.

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The oft-troubled New Orleans rapper had previously served six years in prison for 2003 charges stemming from sexual battery to extortion.

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After violating his probation in February for a misdemeanor domestic abuse charge Mystikal, whose real name is Michael Tyler, turned himself in to authorities last May and was sentenced to 90 days in the slammer.

He received a nine-day credit for time he served back in February.

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The “Shake Your A*s” celeb is part of  “Cash Money Records.” Its head, Birdman, is reportedly sticking with his artist all the way. He told XXL Magazine back in April, “Them little 80 days, them ain’t about nothing. We’ll be on his next single as (soon as) he comes home. From the concrete, straight to the concrete. Ya heard me.”

The 41-year-old rapper is expected to release his sixth studio album, Original, sometime this year.

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