City Girls' JT to Be Released From Prison in Next 90 Days

  /  06.24.2019

JT is coming home soon.

The City Girls rapper is set to be released from prison early. During an interview with Miami’s 99 Jamz, Pierre “Pee” Thomas, co-founder and CEO of Quality Control Music, revealed that JT will be released in the next 90 days.

“JT will be home in the next 90 days,” said Thomas.

JT, whose real name is Jatavia Johnson, recently filed documents requesting to be released from a Tallahassee prison early so she could be placed in a halfway house. According The Blast, the judge denied the motion, but it appears that the Bureau of Prisons granted an early release.

As of July 12, 2019, she will have completed “15.6 months (12 months plus 3.6 months earned good time credit), thereby leaving 8.4 months of her sentence to be served.”

In June 2018, JT started serving a 24-month prison sentence for charges related to felony identity theft. She will have to complete one year of probation following her release.

“It’s gonna go by fast,” she told Rap-Up before checking herself in last June. “Nobody will probably even notice I’m gone like that…Well, they’ll notice I’m gone because I tweet a lot and they probably gon’ miss that.”

While JT remains behind bars, Yung Miami has been holding things down for the group. She recently announced that she is pregnant with her second child. “I want this journey to be nothing but positive going forward and I wanted to share this with y’all,” said Yung Miami. “No one knows what is best for me but GOD, and this was just his timing for me.”


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