Santana hasn't even started his sentence yet.
Juelz Santana was recently sentenced to 27 months for his airport security debacle. For those who may be out of the loop, Santana was at Newark International Airport when security discovered a loaded .38-caliber handgun and Oxycodone pills in his carry-on bag earlier this year. The Dipset rapper fled the scene, but ultimately turned himself in later. The unfortunate incident put a stain on Santana's year, which was successful otherwise. He reunited with the Diplomats for their comeback album and proposed to the love of his life, Kimbella.
Although Juelz's sentence has yet to begin, the details surrounding his release are beginning to appear online. According to TMZ, Juelz Santana will be subjected to drug tests when he gets out of prison. The media site got their hands on the terms of Santana's release, which states that he must submit to a drug test within 15 days of being free. After that, Juelz must be tested two more times, at random, depending on his parole officer's wishes. Juelz will also have to attend a drug treatment program once he gets out. The rapper opened up about his experiences with drug addiction on Love & Hip-Hop earlier this year, admitting that prescription pills led to abuse.