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Juelz Santana — who had been in custody since March 12th for allegedly fleeing and leaving a gun and drugs in his luggage at Newark Liberty International Airport, was a free man as of Friday (April 6th). Juelz was ordered to be released into the custody of his mother and a $500,000 bond was secured by her Englewood, New Jersey home. Leaving the federal courthouse, the rapper said,

“I’m just happy to be in God’s graces. I was praying every day. He came through for me … just gotta do the right thing, do everything I need to do the right thing so I stay home.”

He was ordered to wear an ankle monitor and be under 24-hour watch. Juelz declined to speak on the federal charges.

God was looking out, big time!

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