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When does Bobby Shmurda get out of prison today? Everything You Need To Know

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It is no longer rumor that Bobby Shmurdea will be released out from jail hopefully on 4 August 2020 and his fans are getting excited.

With Bobby Shmurda due in court for a parole hearing today, on his birthday at that, the rapper’s fans are speculating that he could be released imminently. There is currently a lot of talk that Bobby could be coming home today and, while he’s only expected to be released at the end of this year, anything can happen.

The rapper, who turns 26-years-old today, is currently a trending topic on social media as people theorize about what could happen when he gets released.


“BOBBY??? SHMURDA??? BOBBY BITCH??? I BEEN SELLIN CRACK SINCE THE 5TH GRADE BOBBY??? THAT BOBBY??? RELEASED TOMORROW???” wrote one excited fan on Twitter, getting over 35,000 retweets.

What Did Bobby Shmurda Did To Be Jailed

On June 3, 2014, Shmurda was arrested and charged with felony criminal possession of a weapon. Police claim they saw him flashing the gun in an apartment and when they went to investigate, he tried to hide it in a couch. He was set free on $10,000 bail. On December 17, 2014, police arrested Shmurda and 14 others, including his brother Javese and his fellow GS9 label-mate Rowdy Rebel. Police charged Shmurda with conspiracy to commit murder, reckless endangerment, and drug and gun possession; charges against the others included murder, attempted murder, assault, and drug dealing. Shmurda pleaded guilty and was held on $2 million bail. Police said they had been investigating the gang for murder and shooting indiscriminately at crowds in public places long before Shmurda rose to fame. Police said Shmurda was “the driving force” in a gang also known as GS9 (standing for “Grimey Shooters,” “Gun Squad” or “G Stone Crips.”), the name of his label, as they dealt crack and waged deadly battles with rival gangs for territory. He faced a maximum sentence of 8–25 years.

James Essig, head of the NYPD unit that made the arrests, said Shmurda’s songs and videos were “almost like a real-life document of what they were doing on the street.”In his song “Hot Nigga”, Shmurda rapped that “I been selling crack since like the fifth grade” because “Jaja taught me”; Shmurda also rapped about his crew’s past and future murders. Shmurda has asserted that the lyrics represent his real life in several interviews, though the Supreme Court of New Jersey recently ruled that lyrics cannot be read at trial as evidence unless they have a “strong nexus” to a specific crime. During his jail time, Shmurda was involved in a suspected Bloods vs. Crips related fight.

Between late June and early July 2015, the rapper, along with his ex-girlfriend, were caught by officials having smuggled a knife into Rikers Island jail. The two were both charged with two counts of promoting contraband, in addition to one count of criminal possession of a weapon in the fourth degree, then that could result in an additional seven-year sentence. Shmurda appeared in the Bronx Supreme Court to face his charges of prison contraband plus 25 years for his previous charge in late 2014. He and his ex-girlfriend pleaded not guilty to the contraband charge, but Shmurda was still facing a maximum sentence of 25 years for the drug and gun charges

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