Trae Tha Truth had a bullet lodged in his arm for years. Today (Jan. 18), he was finally able to remove it. The Houston rapper posted a video of himself pushing out the bullet, which had been stuck ever since he was shot in June 2012.

"The Bullet That's Been Sittin In My Shoulder The Past Few Years Decided To Come Out.... Gotta Thank God I'm Still Here.....🙏🏿🙏🏿#TruthTestimony," Trae wrote for the caption on Instagram.

Trae was one of five people shot outside a Houston strip club on June 20, 2012. The veteran MC was lucky to come out of the shooting alive as three of the victims died from the gunshot wounds. Trae spoke to XXL about what went down a few weeks after the shooting.

“I’m not sure exactly what the altercation was necessarily about, but long story short, whatever transpired, they ran in my direction, so in the process of running in my direction, that kind of had everybody in the open,” Trae told XXL. “So as the altercation came my way, shots were being dispersed, but since it was coming our direction, it was a crowd of people. Everybody was wrong place, wrong time.”

With the bullet out of his body, Trae can finally put that chapter of his life behind him. The ABN leader's next move is to finish up his Tha Truth Part 3 album, which he announced last year. And if you have not been keeping up, make sure to check out Trae and Mozzy's new collaborative album Tapped In.

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