Rapper Pooh Shiesty won't be a completely free man even after he does his time for a wild shootout -- the artist will have some serious restrictions, according to legal documents.
Pooh's sentencing docs, obtained by TMZ, show he'll have to be on supervised release for 3 years once he completes his 63 months in prison, and the supervision comes with a bunch of rules attached.
During the 3 years, Pooh isn't allowed to associate with any of his co-defendants or gang members ... and his PO has permission to search Pooh and his property from time to time.
The rapper will also have to go through a treatment program for drugs and alcohol.
As we reported, he's currently serving the 5-plus year sentence over a South Florida shootout from back in October 2020.
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Even though Pooh's behind bars, he dropped his latest album on Friday -- "Shiesty Season: Certified" has collabs with Gunna, Lil Durk and Lil Uzi Vert ... just to name a few.