As it was previously reported, teenage Chicago rapper Chief Keef was sentenced to 20-days in the Cook County jail for a probation violation, is now a free man, 11-days early.

According to Cook County Sheriff’s office spokeswoman Sophia Ansari, after just nine days in the Cook County Jail for failing a required drug test, Chief Keef was released earlier today.

As reported by the Chicago Sun Times, Keef’s early release came from a one day credit from the sentencing judge, and the sheriff’s office confirmed he received another 10 days credit for good behavior.

When he was released from County, Keef took to Twitter to let everyone know he was home as he tweeted “I’m back bitch.”

Keef had been incarcerated since October 15th, when he was ordered to serve 20 days after testing positive for marijuana, causing a violation of his probation.

The Chicago rapper’s incarceration stemmed from being required to undergo random drug testing following a May 27th arrest in a Chicago Suburb for driving 110 mph in his BMW on the Edens Expy.

As a result of the arrest, Keef was ordered to serve 18 months probation and complete 60 hours of community service, in addition to the random drug tests.