G Herbo has a newfound set of confidence, going so far as to call himself the “best rapper alive,” and he credits his new veneers with this confidence.

The “On Yo Ass” stopped to talk with TMZ outside of LAX on Friday (February 2), where he shared the details on his upcoming release

I said I was never gettin’ my teeth done, to be honest,” he said to the outlet. “And I don’t know, man. I just took a big step, and kind of changed my image for real. It do something mentally to you, too. It make you feel good about yourself, like confident.”

He continued: “I got new music comin’, man. New mixtape. It’s called Best Rapper Alive. I gave it to y’all first, TMZ.”

Check it out below.

G Herbo seems to be ready to put the messy business of his recent headline-making news behind him.

The Chicago rapper was sentenced to three years’ probation last month, following a 2023 plea deal for his part in a plan to use stolen identities to fund private jets, a Jamaican villa, and designer puppies.

The sentence corresponds to exactly what Herbo’s attorneys had asked for, despite prosecutors’ requests that the “We Don’t Care” rapper be required to serve a year and a day in prison, per KIRO. Their sentencing memo also proposed 36 months of supervised release following the suggested jail time.

In addition to probation, G Herbo has been ordered to pay $139,968 each in restitution and forfeiture, and a fine of $5,500. He previously had to fork over $140,000, which is what prosecutors believe he profited from the $1.5 million scheme.

According to the sentencing memo, the judge presiding over this case deemed that, “Under the circumstances of this case, a sentence of probation will reflect the seriousness of the charge and protect the public.”

The rapper was first charged in the case back in late 2020. The federal fraud case brought in Massachusetts alleged that the rapper, his music promoter, and other members of his crew “used stolen identifications to charge more than a million dollars’ worth of exotic services over a four-year period.”

The 28-year-old pleaded guilty to wire fraud charges in the summer of 2023. He made it clear at the time that he didn’t expect his associates to fold on him.

At the time, the Chicago rapper took to his Instagram Stories to express his thoughts on not being snitched on — which appeared to be subtle shade towards Gunna, who has been accused of snitching on Thugga by taking a plea deal in the ongoing YSL RICO case.

“I know foenemmm wont tell on me like n-ggazzz told on Thug,” he wrote.

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