Fetty Wap is keeping his head up in prison, enduring a six-year sentence.

On Saturday (April 27), Fetty shared a selfie of himself and a fellow inmate, as well as a message about the kinship he’s discovered behind bars.

“You never know [sic] where life will take you, but you do meet some nice people along the way,” Fetty said in the description. “I got a few homies I met during my time down that are real stand-up niggas… my brudda.” Tay Banga da Prez and Da Mobsta 💯🤘🏾🤞🏾.

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The post comes nearly seven months after Fetty released his third studio album, King Zoo, which features fellow New Jersey native Coi Leray as the only featured musician.

On “Interlude (King Zoo Call),” Fetty thanked his followers for “thugging it out” with him.

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“Y’all don’t understand: all the love and support I’ve received from my family and fans, just being there for me during this entire process and still being here with me while it continues. I just wanted to let you know that didn’t go unnoticed.”

Fetty is currently serving six years in prison and five years on probation after pleading guilty to participating in a cocaine trafficking operation.