As reported yesterday, 21 Savage was released on bond pending a hearing at a future date. As you can imagine, the greater hip-hop community didn't waste a minute in rejoicing over the decision. Included in the smattering of well-wishers was 21's former collaborator Offset, whose Without Warning project with Metro Boomin made the most of the Zone Sixer's boorish attitude.

To mark the occasion of his release, Offset uploaded a photo of the two of 'em posted up at the 2018 American Music Awards, with the following caption: "B A C K T O B A L L I N G πŸ–•πŸΎπŸ–•πŸΎπŸ–•πŸΎπŸ–•πŸΎπŸ–•πŸΎπŸ–•πŸΎπŸ–•πŸΎπŸ–•πŸΎ," in true Migos uppercase fashion. While it appears Offset has tons on his plate, including dispatching his solo debut before the public grows tired, and keep the marital fence up-and-working, the Migos' member is showing himself predisposed to supporting his brethren in a time of need. 21 Savage will inevitably have to answer to ICE's pogrom against the non-binary peoples of America, but a decision won't be rendered without a fight - even if institutions like the Grammys decide to play the middle.

21 Savage's bond will cost in excess of $100,000, the hip-hop community is in better sorts with him amongst its ranks. As for Offset, the clock is ticking for his untitled debut. Most would agree that his fellow Migos' members have set the bar at a relatively safe level of success, on their debuts: The Last Rocket and Huncho.