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Atlanta rapper Young Thug has fans wondering whether or not to send prayer emojis. Thugger hit up social media this weekend to share footage of himself – presumably – in a hospital.

On Sunday, Thugger went to his Instagram Story to share a super fast sneak peek of a hospital room.

A few weeks ago, Thug was released from jail following a drug violation arrest.

Young Thug (real name: Jeffery Lamar Williams) has been released from jail, according to local NBC affiliate WXIA-TV. According to the report, Thug will be required to stay sober, undergo substance abuse counseling, meet with his probation officer, and also submit to random drug testing at least two times a week. When contacted by Pitchfork, representatives for Young Thug offered no comment. (Pitchfork)

Prior to getting released, various hip-hop artists rallied support for Thug.

Initially, buzz developed about Thug getting placed in jail for a failed drug test.

Young Thug (born: Jeffery Lamar Williams) has had his bond revoked and has been booked in Georgia’s DeKalb County Jail on felony drug and gun charges, the Blast reports and Pitchfork can confirm. According to court records viewed by Pitchfork, Williams failed a drug test prior to a scheduled arraignment this morning (November 8). The arraignment was tied to a September 2017 arrest, during which the rapper was cited for possession of marijuana, methamphetamine, and hydrocodone with intent to distribute. He was also found with codeine (two counts), a firearm, alprazolam (aka Xanax), and an amphetamine. (Pitchfork)