West Coast rapper Blueface will not face jail time after he pleaded no contest to one misdemeanor count of carrying a loaded firearm on one's body or in a vehicle.

The charges are in connection with a 2018 shooting in Newhall, CA. Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office Spokesperson Ricardo Santiago said, according to KHTS News.

The shootout resulted in Blueface's vehicle crashing into a freeway median. Following his arrest, he was released from jail on a $50,000 bond for assault with a deadly weapon charge. 

It's great news that he will not have to do any jail time, but he is not entirely in the clear. The court has ordered the "Thotiana" rapper to carry out 36 months of summary probation and eight days of community service. Blueface also has to pay restitution, court fines, and fees. 

But we doubt he's that fussed about the fines, as 2019 was one of the rapper's most successful years to date.