Ralo began serving an eight-year federal sentence for drug trafficking in 2018.

Despite a constant barrage of claims for his people that he will be getting out early, the 28-year-old will likely have to serve most of that time.

But the good news is Ralo was recently allowed to see his daughter for the first time in five years.

“I waited 5 long years just to be able to touch my daughter. As soon as I felt her little arms wrap around me in that visitation room it felt like my soul was released from my body,” Ralo typed.

Last week Ralo was also able to drop his 97 Months mixtape from behind bars.


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