Remy Ma has not been released from prison. It’s been confirmed that she will remain behind bars due to a disciplinary incident days prior.
The Bronx rapper and friends pushed today’s date as her release from prison after 6 years but she will still remain behind bars.
An official at Bedford Hills Correctional facility informed REVOLT that Remy Ma was invovled in a disciplinary problem on July 21.
After doing six and half years of her eight-year sentence in prison on charges of assault, Remy Ma, born Reminisce Smith, walks a free woman today.
Coupled with a photo of the Bronx rapper taken at the Bedford Hills Corrections Facility, her team took to Instagram on Wednesday (July 30) with a message celebrating her release, which presumably already happened this morning.
“1 Day and a wake up Left. #TeamRemyMa #TheRulersBack #RemysHome #RemyMa @TeamRemyMa TheHomeOfHipHop.com,” read the caption.
Remy Ma, ten days prior to being released, called up Angie Martinez on her Power 105.1 show. The two spoke for nearly 15 minutes on her marriage to Papoose and current state of mind. “I am so alive. I cannot wait,” she said, before describing she what she has in store musically as “unfair.”
Let’s hope Remy can shake things ups. Welcome back.