Atlanta rapper Trouble seems to be preparing to turn himself in to police, according to a report from XXL. As it stands, there isn't much information to go off, but Trouble posted a lengthy IG caption in an attempt to shed some light on the situation. In the video, he can be seen rapping along to Boosie BadAzz and Z-Ro's "Go Away," which deals with the process of heading to jail.  For a transciption of Trouble's statement, check out the paragraph below:

"This Been like the Best year of my life #OnLord ainnn lyin!, So i guess its only right it ends with a lil chaos!. I foreva have and will Be responsiBle for anythang i commit myself to! You gotta take these Losses the same way you do when you Win!!.. SpeedBallin, i lost my freedom again, But never my faith.. For those who don’t know But do care, i’ll Be turning myself in in the morning to finish this chapter off Back Behind the G-Wall, unfortunately!! To my fans friends and family i love yall. ErBody move smooth out dis Bitch dawg! I’ll see yall next year!"

While it's not clear what Trouble is being locked up for, his 2017 run seemed entirely legit. The rapper dropped a mixtape called 16, and worked with artists like Young Dolph, Lil Yachty, and more. He was even tapped to star in an upcoming film called Birds Of A Feather 2, which centers  around Zaytoven's fight to stay on top. You can check out the trailer for that upcoming flick below. As for Trouble, the story surrounding his arrest is still developing. In 2016, he was arrested and charged with firearm possession, drug trafficking and possession of steroids.