More than two years after being sentenced to 25 years in prison, Atlanta rapper Eldorado Red is a free man.

Back in 2013 Eldorado—born Gary Bradford—was indicted for the murder of Baton Rouge, La.-based rapper, Lil Phat.  Ultimately, Deandre Washington was found guilty of killing Lil Phat, but Eldorado didn't get off easy. The rapper, who's most known for his work with the late Doe B and Yo Gotti, was found not guilty at his trial years ago, but was still ordered to serve a 25-year prison sentence for related charges.

Eldorado announced his release from prison with an Instagram post that included an image of his ankle monitor. "First day out," he wrote in the caption of the picture.

That same day, the rapper took a trip to his barber, and uploaded a video of the experience onto his Instagram account. "Back to dem 💯 dollar Line ups! Faith is the opposite of Fear God can't move in Fear....#Jefe 🙏🏽💰💰#MobMondays," he wrote in the caption for the video. In a video uploaded by DTE rapper Alley Boy, we even get to see Eldorado kick a freestyle. Safe to say he's in good spirits, and why wouldn't he be?

Check out all of his Instagram posts and posts he's appeared in following his release below.

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