As previously reported by REVOLT, Fivio Foreign recently took to social media to reveal that he was no longer behind bars following an April arrest over gun charges. He’s clearly not about to slow down on his career momentum either — shortly after his release, Fivio stopped by Funkmaster Flex for a freestyle, where he rapped about his incarceration and other related topics over a hard-hitting drill instrumental:

“I’m still praying for my enemies, sports gave me my agility, God gave me my ability, and my moms gave me my identity, had me in high security everyday, pray that God forgiving me, I’ll be home soon, niggas cannot get rid of me, them types of thoughts that goin’ through my dome … CO’s want my autograph, nigga fuck you, let me go home…”

Fivio wasn’t alone in the clip, either — he can be seen alongside an animated Flex with crew members while flexing stacks of money and blinding jewelry. It’s as if he never left.

For some time now, fans have been patiently waiting for Fivio’s debut LP release, which is still said to be titled B.I.B.L.E. He’s already liberated a slew of videos in support of the project for well-received tracks like “Move Like A Boss” with Young M.A, “13 Going On 30,” “Bop It” with Polo G, “Trust,” “Self Made,” “Unruly,” and “Creepin” with Rowdy Rebel. He’s also been pretty active as a guest artist — Lil Tjay’s “Zoo York,” French Montana’s “That’s A Fact (Remix),” DaniLeigh’s “Dominican Mami,” PHresher’s “All The Smoke (Remix),” Famous Dex’s “Couped Up,” Dreamdoll’s “Ah Ah Ah,” Nas’ “Spicy,” King Von’s “I Am What I Am,” Hit-Boy’s “Salute,” and even Funk Flex’s own “Gametime” are a select handful of songs that the XXL Freshman alum has contributed to.

Press play on Fivio’s “Funk Flex Freestyle” below.