Philadelphia rapper Cassidy has been released from jail, after being arrested for a probation violation last week.
Cassidy was arrested by police in Hackensack, New Jersey on May 14th, after Philadelphia police issue a warrant for the rapper, claiming he violated his probation.
Although initial reports stated that Cassidy was a suspect in a murder and a possible suspect in two other attempted murders, those reports have turned out to be inaccurate.
“GOD is great! I just touch down! Feeling better than ever! Down [sic] believe everything you hear.. I’m good,” Cassidy tweeter early yesterday morning (May 20th).
Cassidy, who didn’t exactly shy away from the controversial reports, stated that he was going to be returning to the studio and dropping new music, now that he is free.
“All I do is murder beats, thats why I beat murders…I’m dropping some new music tomorrow,” Cassidy said. “Since my name in Ni**as mouth, why not..”
It turns out that Cassidy was arrested simply for failing to check in with his probation officer.
An unrelated complaint was lodged against the rapper, although police have refused to issue details.