Chris Brown is a happy and “thankful” man today. After six years and numerous run-ins with the law, Breezy is finally off probation and his 2009 assault case on Rihanna has come to a close as well.

TMZ reports that Judge James R. Brandlin signed off on Brown's release from probation earlier on Friday after Breezy completed the terms of his sentence, which included domestic violence and anger management counseling, rehab, and 1000 hours of community service.

“I couldn’t be more delighted,” said Brown’s attorney Mark Geragos after the hearing. “He is in a spot right now and a place right now that I couldn’t be prouder of him,” he continued, stating Friday’s hearing was “a monumental feat for him.”

Breezy took to twitter on Friday afternoon to share the news with his 14 million followers: