The Game released a statement today confirming that he was in fact released from prinson last weekend, and apologized for the conflicting reports earlier this week regarding his status.
"I apologize for the conflicting news on my release, but due to the sensitive negotiations on this matter I felt it appropriate not to give an exact date on my release," the statement reads. "I am truly grateful to my attorney, family and management for doing a great job in this respect. Upon my release I went directly to the studio with producers Cool & Dre and recorded several records, including my street record ‘Big Dreams.’ Thank you to all my fans as well for the support."
Jayceon Taylor was dismissed from his scheduled 60-day sentence after only eight days due to overcrowding at the facility. The rapper’s management, however, issued a statement later that day claiming Game had been transferred to another facility, causing confusion about his whereabouts. A prison official at the Twin Towers Correctional Facility confirmed to MTV News the rapper had in fact been released on Sunday and was not transferred.
According to a publicity rep for Game’s management, "Big Dreams" will be serviced to DJs beginning March 18. His next album, L.A.X. Times, is due in June.