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It appears that things are finally getting back to normal for the redeeming Ja Morant.

Spotted by ESPN’s Tim MacMahon, Morant reportedly activated both his Twitter and Instagram accounts, as he also went on to post a Powerade ad on the latter platform.

Morant deactivated his two social media platforms hours after his viral IG live went public, following up on expressing his intent to take a hiatus to focus on his mental well-being.

During the height of his gun controversy, Powerade notably took down their advertisements featuring Morant. Both sides inked a multi-year deal days before the Memphis Grizzlies star flashed the firearm in his Instagram live while having a strip club party.

The NBA already announced Wednesday their sanction on Morant, suspending the star point man for eight days without pay due to his unethical conduct.

Per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, he may return as early as Monday, when Memphis faces the Dallas Mavericks.