Two weeks ago, Offset was discharged from prison and since then, the third member of Migos has been hard at work to catch up on all that he's missed out on. Recently, the rapper spoke with Atlanta station WSB-TV in the first interview since his release. They talked about what his opinion is of the plea deal he took -- five years of probation, a $1,000 fine and banishment from four counties in Georgia. Offset reveals that he has never heard of this as a punishment, saying: "That's something like if a terrorist comes over here or something." He also talks about reading the Bible while locked up and being especially inspired by Solomon and his faithful lifestyle. Watch the full video above.
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