Just hours after the release of his “Turn Myself In” music video, Lil Durk has been granted a $250,000 bond.
The OTF rapper is currently facing attempted murder charges following a shooting near The Varsity in Atlanta, but will soon be free to go home.
The conditions of the bond are that Durk cannot be anywhere near a weapon, he has curfew that requires him to be in the house from 11PM to 7AM, and there is to be no witness intimidation.
More details as the story develops.
Judge grants bond for Rapper Lil Durk. “Turning yourself in does mean something” – still cites concern for gun charges, says he cannot be near a weapon. A live report at noon @wsbtv pic.twitter.com/l8rPvLPG2l
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