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Feb. 6 2019, Updated 8:07 p.m. ET

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Shad Moss, otherwise known as Bow Wow, partied hard on Saturday night only hours after he was released from prison for allegedly beating up his ex-girlfriend Kiyomi Leslie. Read on for all the details.

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The "Thank You" rapper posted a video of him enjoying a night out with Diddy and Jermaine Dupri in Atlanta.

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"My pops @jermainedupri and my big homie @diddy f***ing ATLANTA UP!!!!" Shad captioned the footage on Instagram (see here). 

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He was released on bond hours earlier, according to The Blast, after his alleged altercation with Kiyomi.

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An officer with the Atlanta Police Department confirmed that the incident between Shad and Leslie Holden (Kiyomi's real name) occurred at 4:15 AM local time on Saturday, February 2.

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Shad claimed that he assaulted her, while Kiyomi claimed that she assaulted him. Officers were unable to determine the primary aggressor of the altercation so both parties were charged with battery.

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The former couple were both processed and transported to Fulton County Jail. Shad has been in Atlanta for Super Bowl weekend. He’s been promoting a “Sip and Shop” pop up shop by his mother while there.

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What are your thoughts on Shad partying so soon after the alleged incident with Kiyomi? Sound off in the comments. 

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