Bobby Shmurda & Rowdy Rebel Discuss Recent Plea Deal & Post-Prison Plans
Last week, we found out that Bobby Shmurda & fellow GS9 member Rowdy Rebel agreed to a plea deal that would give them each seven years in prison stemming from their 2014 arrest on drug & gun charges. Having already served two of those seven years, Bobby & Rowdy are looking at most five more years behind bars, possibly less if they are dismissed upon good behavior.
Bobby Shmurda Accepts Plea Deal, Will Remain In Prison For Over 5 Years
Instead of going to trial, which was set to begin on Monday, Ackquille Pollard, aka Bobby Shmurda, and two co-defendants, Chad "Rowdy Rebel" and Nicholas McCoy, accepted a plea deal from the prosecution today (Sept. 9), thus agreeing to serve 7 years in prison.
Bobby Shmurda's Ex-Manager: NYPD "Targeted Him"
A new GQ profile has brought new details to light regarding the rise of Bobby Shmurda and the months leading up to the December 2014 arrest of him and his GS9 crew.
Second GS9 Member Reportedly Sentenced To 53 Years In Prison
A few days after Bobby Shmurda affiliate and GS9 crew member Rashid “Rasha” Derissant was sentenced to 98 years in prison for murder and other charges, the New York Daily News now suggests another man associated with the group has been given 53 years behind bars.
GS9 Member Rashid "Rasha" Derissant Receives 98 Year Sentence
While Bobby Shmurda’s trial has been subjected to numerous delays, one of the GS9 associates originally arrested with the rapper in 2014 has just received his sentence. Rashid “Rasha” Derissant is going to prison for a very, very long time.
Bobby Shmurda's Trial Has Been Postponed Again
Bobby Shmurda's trial has it another delay, according to XXL. Most recently scheduled to take place on May 12, Bobby will now be going to trial September 12, a full four months later. This follows a previous postponement from the original date of February 22nd 2016.
Body Washed Up On Brooklyn Beach Affiliated With Bobby Shmurda’s G Stone Crips Crew
According to a report from DNA Info yesterday, a dead body that washed up on Manhattan Beach this past Monday (May 2) is allegedly affiliated with Bobby Shmurda’s G Stone Crips crew.
Bobby Shmurda To Sue NYPD For Wrongful Arrest
According to a recent report put out by the New York Daily News, Bobby Shmurda, real name Ackquille Pollard, was released from prison on bail.
Bobby Shmurda Endorses Hillary Clinton
While it appears that Bernie Sanders will be getting the majority of the hip hop vote, Hillary Clinton has been endorsed by such respected rappers Snoop Dogg, Eminem, and Pharrell. In a new interview with Vibe, Bobby Shmurda becomes the latest rapper to throw his political weight behind Miss Clinton.
Behind The Beat: Jahlil Beats
Jahlil Beats' partnership with Meek Mill proved to be the jumping board that launched a thrilling career that includes collaborations with the likes of Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, and 50 Cent. Despite all his success, Jahlil has remained humble, eager to develop his craft and determined to gain recognition as the most versatile producer in hip hop.
Bobby Shmurda Is Writing Movie Screenplays In Jail
Bobby Shmurda is making the most of his time locked up. In an interview with XXL, his mother, Leslie Pollard, revealed that he's been working on two screenplays, one about his life as a whole, and one about his experiences since he started rapping. "He writes a lot of music," said his mother.He’s also writing a script for a movie. He said he has two movie in his head that he’s working on now."
Bobby Shmurda Speaks Out On Injustices In His Case
Bobby Shmurda's continuous legal troubles appear to have no end in sight. It's really unfortunate if you think about it. His career has undoubtedly stalled due to the lock-up, we just hope he's able to recover the buzz he had before getting hauled off by the police.
Bobby Shmurda's Trial Delayed Until May
Bobby Shmurda has been waiting on a trial for 419 days after being arrest all the way back on December 17, 2014. He has appealed his $2 million bail seven times since then, but the judge has denied him his bail each time.
Bobby Shmurda Denied Bail Once Again
Another one. Bobby Shmurda's friends and family have put together multiple bail packages in an attempt to get the rapper out of jail, and they've been denied one after another.
Bobby Shmurda's New Lawyer Is Looking Into Officers Who Arrested Him
Bobby Shmurda (real name Ackquille Pollard) is still awaiting trial for 2014 charges of conspiracy, weapons, and narcotics, appearing for a pre-trial hearing today. The rapper was joined by Rowdy Rebel (real name Chad Marshall), Santino Broderick, Alex Crandon, and Rashid Derrisant in court, and was represented by recently hired lawyer Alex Spiro.
Martin Shkreli Plans To Bail Bobby Shmurda Out Of Jail
As we reported last week, the man with the winning $2 million bid on Wu-Tang Clan's one-of-a-kind secret album Once Upon A Time in Shaolin is none other than pharmaceutical bad boy Martin Shkreli, a.k.a. the dude who raised the price of AIDS & cancer drug Daraprim from $13.50 to $750 per pill.
Judge Denies Bobby Shmurda's $2 Million Bond Offer
Yesterday (Dec. 2), it was reported that Bobby Shmurda might soon be coming home after spending almost a year in jail.
Bobby Shmurda Might Be Released From Prison Really Soon
Bobby Shmurda is slowly dipping off into irrelevancy thanks to an unfortunate prison lock-up, right around the time his career was sky-rocketing. Hopefully he'll be able to get back on track, possibly as soon as tomorrow.
Bobby Shmurda Clarifies Recent Bail Situation; Calls Into Hot 97
Bobby Shmurda may be still looking at a lengthy prison sentence after being denied bail for the second time earlier this month, but that’s not stopping his spirits from being high. On Friday, Hot 97’s Ebro Darden was able to get Bobby and his mother on the phone to clear up the rumors and allegations that’ve been going around about his recent bail situation.
Bobby Shmurda Denied Bail Yet Again, Trial Set For 2016
Looks like Bobby Shmurda is going to be in jail until 2016. His request for bail was denied yet again Monday, with his trial for drug conspiracy and weapons-possession charges getting postponed until February 22 of next year. The judge set his bail at $2 million.