Reports are coming in that J Hus has been granted bail.
The rapper was arrested and charged with carrying a knife in Stratford, East London on June 21st, under his real name Momodou Jallow.
Remanded in custody at Thames Magistrates’ Court a day later, fans feared the move would force the rapper to cancel his festival commitments.
Now Crown News UK reports that J Hus has lodged £100,000 security at Snaresbrook Crown Court, and as a result has been granted bail.
If true, the move would leave J Hus open to fulfil his live commitments, including London's Wireless festival and Glasgow's TRSNMT.
We have reached out to J Hus' representatives for more information.
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