Offset touching reunion with jailed brother after 15 years captured on video [WATCH]

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Offset touching reunion with jailed brother after 15 years captured on video [WATCH]

Rapper Offset finally comes face to face with his brother, who recently ended up with a 15-year prison sentence.

The heartwarming reunion was captured in a video posted on Instagram yesterday (November 18). Offset can be heard laughing and congratulating his brother in the background of the video, which was recorded in a parking lot outside a prison. The reasons for his imprisonment have not been made public.

That Migos member mentioned his brother’s situation in the song “Man Made.” He rapped:

“My brother 17 with a prison of 15 years

When he jumps out of the pen, I give a whole million (ticket).

Offset, who was only 14 when his brother started serving time, posted a clip of himself and his brother blasting music in his car on his Instagram story. He followed up with yet another Instagram story post showing his brother enjoying his first hairdressing trip after jail. The story had the caption:

“HE BACK BABY.”

Although we have no further details on Offset brother, he has put a smile on his lips on several social media. A user joked:

“Brother wearing the same pants he had when he walked in.”

Another added:

“N **** when he got home to some shit, he could never imagine it was nonsense.”

Another pointed out:

“He’s trying to jump on MySpace and see how much the world has changed.”

In fact, a lot has happened in the last 15 years. The other two members of Migos have not commented Offset brother’s release.

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