Louisiana rapper Kevin Gates is ready to embrace fans on the road again. The hip-hop star has announced plans to hit the road next summer for Michigan's annual Common Ground music festival.
KG went to Instagram this week to break the news to his 5.7 million followers.
#Repost @officialbwa with @get_repost ・・・ @CGMusicFest July 8th 2018 #Lansing #Michigan
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In late January, fellow Louisiana rapper Boosie Badazz revealed his interest in securing Gates for his upcoming concert.
Just got off the line with @iamkevingates trying to pull it off so he can perform at the #BoosieBash THE CITY NEEDS THIS!!!! #BoosieBash2018 ✅💯🔥 Say a prayer tonight that he’s allowed to travel ASAP 🙏🙏🙏🙏BIGGEST SHOW LOUISIANA HAS EVER SEEN ✅get yo tickets now at www.boosiebash.com ⭐️⭐️⭐️ #isiah #LucaBrasiStory
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Last month, Dipset's Jim Jones reacted to Gates getting released from jail after serving nearly a full year behind bars.
Best news I heard for th New Years so far welcom home my brother @iamkevingates
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On January 10, after months of anticipation, Gates finally tasted freedom.
Gates, who served nine months out of a 30-month sentence for a felony weapons charge, was reportedly let go on parole. Last year, after he was initially released from prison, Gates was re-arrested the same day for an outstanding weapons-related warrant. (Billboard)
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