Waka Flocka Flame was released from custody Wednesday (January 5) after turning himself in for an array of weapons and drug charges earlier this week. Deputy Fielder of Georgia's Henry County Sherriff's Office confirmed to MTV News that the Atlanta rapper, born Juaquin Malphurs, was released at 3:33 p.m. after posting $31,950 bond.

Waka turned himself in to authorities Monday after his home was raided and his manager-mom Deb Antney and his So Icey mentor Gucci Mane were briefly detained. The "No Hands" rapper was booked on several charges, including possession of marijuana and hydrocodone, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and violation of probation for driving on a suspended license.

Antney has told MTV News that despite reports the raid was part of an investigation into a prostitution organization, Waka was not involved in that type of activity.

"It had nothing to do with prostitution," Antney said last month. "The weapons they found were licensed weapons. There was under an ounce of marijuana, but it was nothing but a blunt. The other drugs were medication that was in Waka's room from when he got hurt," Antney said, referencing the "O Let's Do It" spitter's shooting in January 2010.

Waka has staunchly denied that he's involved in any illegal activity, maintaining that he has no plans to dip into street dealings now that he's a hitmaking hip-hop star.

"Why would I rap and go try to street gang bang? That's hustling backwards," he insisted in December. "Why would I wanna rap all around the world and then go hit the streets and gang bang? I'm a rapper, I'm not a [gang-banger]. How can you gang bang and be a rapper? I don't understand that. I would love to find out where their information is coming from. I can't wait."