Offset is celebrating the release of his brother. According to Rap Up, the Migos rapper welcomed his kin home on Thursday (Nov. 18). According to Set’s Instagram Stories, his brother has been behind bars for over a decade. “15 years and he back,” Offset captioned a video on his IG Stories.
Set is currently 29 years old, which means he would have been just a teenager when his brother first went to prison. Based on the joy and embrace he greets his bro with, it looks like he definitely missed him.
Throughout a series of videos via Set’s IG account, viewers can catch a glimpse of what his brother’s first day home was like. In one visual, the Father of 4 (now five) rapper wrote “He back baby” over a clip of his brother getting a brand new haircut in a barber’s chair. There’s also a video showing over a dozen bags filled with clothes. “Getting my drip right!!!” Set’s brother captioned the clip.
In another video, the brothers can be seen — surrounded by a few others — in a makeshift studio. Set’s brother has his headphones on and appears ready to get a lot off his chest and anxious to deliver some first day home bars. The festivities looked like they continued in several more videos Offset shared Friday (Nov. 19). His brother can be seen surrounded by what appears to be friends and family at an event held for the previously incarcerated member of the family.
It will be interesting to see how long it takes for Set’s brother to release some music. Since hitting a studio seemed to be one of his top priorities, it’s likely the Migos kin will have something for fans to hear soon.
Check out some of Offset’s IG stories compiled in this video below:
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