Kevin Gates Will Help Scare Kids Straight Once Home


Kevin Gates already knows what he plans on doing after he's released from prison says his attorney, Herschel Rush, who tells TMZ after he's released from an Illinois penitentiary Wednesday he be devoting considerable time and resources talking to troubled teens and sharing anecdotes from his own life in hopes they'll avoid the same pitfalls.

Kev's lawyer says he be working with various organizations including the Boys & Girls Club -- to share stories about his regrettable decisions. 

Kevin was about to get out of a Florida jail back in March 2017 after serving 5 months for kicking a woman in the chest but an outstanding weapons-related warrant landed him back behind bars. 

He served 9 months of a 30-month sentence and will be released on parole.

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