City Girls member JT, sent a message to her fans after being locked up for more than three months on fraud charges.
“Wassup, y’all. I miss y’all,” she said. “I can’t wait to come home. Period.”
The rapper sent the message through the phone while she was speaking to Quality Control’s CEO Pee, who posted it to Instagram.
The City Girls, a Miami-based rap duo, first started making noise when their cut “F— that N—-” appeared on “Quality Control Presents Control The Streets Vol. 1.”
But they would launch into mega popularity after collaborating with Drake on “In My Feelings,” even getting named dropped in the song.
“Resha, do you love me? / JT do you love me?” Drake croons.
The women’s real names are Caresha Brownlee, who goes by Yung Miami and Jatavia Johnson, who’s JT.
Earlier this year, the pair released their documentary “Point Blank Period” where you can see JT live out her last days of freedom. During that time, she heard “In My Feelings” on the radio for the first time, attended an awards show and made a bunch of new songs and videos.
And just before she turned herself in, which was also captured in the documentary, JT posted a message to all her fans and supporters.
“[I] did more than I thought I could imagine [in] this short period of time out on bond,” she wrote. “Now it’s time for me to knock this down and come back stronger forever.”
JT was supposed to be released in March of 2020, but last week Yung Miami sent a tweet and said she’d be getting out much sooner.
“JT will be home in December,” she wrote.