Rapper Kimberly Jones, a/k/a Lil' Kim, was released two months early Monday for good behavior from a Philadelphia jail.

Lil' Kim served 10 months of her 366-day sentence, MTV reported.

The rapper had been convicted on three counts of perjury and one count of conspiracy for her role in a shooting last March outside a New York radio station. Her sentence at the Philadelpha Federal Dentention Center began Sept. 19.

Lil' Kim will be on probation for three years.

Black Entertainment Television plans to start broadcasting Wednesday at 8 p.m. all six episodes leading up to her imprisonment, the New York Post reported. Titled "Lil' Kim: Countdown to Lockdown," the virtual reality show chronicles the weeks before she went to prison as she was completing a video and winding up business.

The show was the most highly rated series debut in BET's history.