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Rapper Troy Ave was released from prison on Monday after posting a $500,000 bond secured by his mother’s home in Brooklyn.

Troy may be home for now, but he won’t be able to travel due to his house arrest conditions. The rapper was locked up and charged with attempted murder back in May after a shooting at T.I.’s concert in New York at Irving Plaza. As a result of the shooting Troy Ave’s bodyguard and childhood friend Ronald McPhater was killed(Click HERE if you missed that). Troy Ave himself was shot in the leg.

He’s required to wear an ankle bracelet and cannot leave the city, a request made by Assistant District Attorney Joshua Steinglass and approved by Justice Ronald Zweibel.

In an unusual requirement, Collins was also ordered to stay away from all concert halls, bars, arenas and other performance venues.

The order essentially handcuffs his career while the case is pending and he will be missing a number of shows he was contracted to perform at, his attorney John Stella said.

Steinglass told the judge the circumstances surrounding McPhatter’s death are still under investigation but made clear that Collins has not been ruled out as a murder suspect.