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.
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.
It's hard to keep track of Chris Brown's constant legal battles, however we do our best. The singer was released from jail at the beginning of June, and quickly returned to the studio to work on new music.
Just the other day we found out that Flava Flav is taking a plea deal in his domestic violence case, and now it looks like another rapper may be following suit (although these cases are completely unrelated).
Flavor Flav, iconic hypeman from the legendary rap group Public Enemy, was arrested for battery in 2012. The incident in question found the rapper allegedly chasing and threatening his fiance's 17-year old son with a pair of knives.
More developments in the on-going legal drama surrounding Chris Brown. The latest news is that Breezy has rejected a plea deal for the incident which occurred outside his hotel in Washington, D.C., when Brown allegedly punched another man.