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Video: Juelz Santana & Dave East ft. Bobby Shmurda & Rowdy Rebel – Time Ticking

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

Juelz Santana and Dave East hold it down for the incarcerated Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel in their new Kid Art-directed visual for “Time Ticking”, produced by Jahlil Beats.

Previously: Behind the Boards of Juelz Santana’s “Time Ticking” with Jahlil Beats

Juelz Santana ft. Dave East, Bobby Shmurda & Rowdy Rebel – Time Ticking

Monday, December 5th, 2016


Juelz Santana grabs Dave East and dusts off some vocals from the incarcerated GS9 boys Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel for a new one called “Time Ticking” produced by Jahlil Beats. Continue below to listen. Also included is the new video for “Up In The Studio Gettin Blown Pt. 2”.

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Bobby Shmurda Sentenced, Says Plea Was Coerced

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016


On Wednesday morning in Manhattan Criminal Court Bobby Shmurda was sentenced to 7-years in prison on charges of conspiracy and weapons possession. The sentence is in line with the deal he was reported to have reached with the prosecutor back in September, however, that didn’t stop the rapper from announcing in open court that he felt coerced to take the deal and didn’t feel like his attorney was properly representing his interests. According to the NY Daily News, Shmurda exclaimed, “I was forced to take this sentence. I don’t want to take this sentence,” and expressed a desire to back out of the deal and fire his lawyer Alex Spiro.

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Bobby Shmurda Cops to Weapons Charges, Will Serve 7 Years

Friday, September 9th, 2016


A new chapter in the sad saga of Bobby Shmurda was written today when the Brooklyn MC accepted a plea deal in his murder conspiracy case in a last-ditch effort to avoid a life sentence in prison. Just two years ago Bobby was one of the more promising young artists in the game, enjoying huge success from the popularity of his “Hot Nigga” single. With this new plea, which TMZ reports he was urged to accept by his attorney, he is looking at a 7-year sentence plus an additional 5 years of probation.

UPDATED with a statement from Bobby’s attorney below.

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Puff Daddy ft. Bobby Shmurda, Rowdy Rebel, French Montana & Chinx – Shmoney Ain’t A Problem

Saturday, June 25th, 2016


Puff shows love to GS9 by adding some verses from Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel to a new remix of ““Money Ain’t A Problem” featuring French Montana and the late Chinx. The original appeared on the MMM mixtape and was prodcued by Harry Fraud.

Listen below.

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Bobby Shmurda Denied Bail, Again

Tuesday, January 19th, 2016


Bobby Shmurda and his various co-defendants, including GS9’s Rowdy Rebel, appeared in a Manhattan crimimal courtroom today and were once again denied any relief on bail for a seventh straight time. Attorneys for Bobby argued that the $2 million bond for their client is not reasonable and is based on an inaccurate estimate of his net worth that suggests he’s sitting on $20 million in assets. His lawyer Alex Spiro says it’s closer to about $427K and has pledged to continue his efforts to get the bond reduced and Shmurda out of custody.

At the beginning of December, a bail package put together by friends and associates, which included collateral, was denied by the presiding judge. Earlier this month, Shmurda’s legal team raised questions about the integrity of the NYPD officers involved in his arrest. Barring any further delays, Shmurda’s trial on various weapons and drug charges will begin on February 22nd.

Previously: Pharma CEO That Bought Wu Album, Wanted to Post Bobby Shmurda’s Bail, Arrested by Feds

Bobby Shmurda Denied Bail, Remains in Jail

Thursday, December 3rd, 2015


It was widely speculated that Bobby Shmurda would finally post bond this week and walk out of a New York City jail, but it looks like that won’t be happening. After his legal team put together a new $2 million bond package that his lawyer described as “bulletproof,” and which included collateral from family members, he was shut down on Thursday (Dec. 3) by a Manhattan judge. He’s expected back in court next month.

In October, LA Reid, head of Bobby’s label Epic Records, fired back at people who believe the company should be doing more to free the artist:

“It made me feel like people don’t know anything about my business. It’s really not their business. That’s the truth about it. We’re not elected officials here, and we’re not at liberty to disclose how we do business.”

Previously: Bobby Shmurda ft. Abillyon – Hold It Down (38)

Bobby Shmurda ft. Abillyon – Hold It Down (38)

Friday, November 27th, 2015


Some new Bobby Shmurda featuring GS9’s Abillyon just surfaced via VIBE. Bobby has still failed to post bond and remains incarcerated on numerous drug and weapons related charges.

Previously: Bobby Shmurda, Rowdy Rebel & Chinx – 3 Shots

Bobby Shmurda, Rowdy Rebel & Chinx – 3 Shots

Tuesday, August 4th, 2015

Unreleased record from Bobby Shmurda, Rowdy Rebel and Chinx called “3 Shots”.

Previously: Abillyon ft. Bobby Shmurda – Cool It Down

Bobbby Shmurda Facing Additional 7 Years on Contraband Charge

Friday, July 24th, 2015


Bobby Shmurda made an appearance in an NYC court on Thursday and plead not guilty to felony and misdemeanor charges of promoting prison contraband. The new charges stem from an incident where his girlfriend allegedly tried to slip him a blade during a visit.

Prison guards allegedly caught his 18-year-old girlfriend Kimberly Rousseau pulling a “sharp metal object” from her bra to hand to Shmurda during a visit last month. Prosecutors say he then lied about the incident during a grand jury hearing. Rousseau had also pleased not guilty to promoting prison contraband.

If convicted, Bobby could face an additional 7 years in prison on top of whatever he might be hit with if found guilty on the extensive charges from his December 2014 arrest. Meanwhile, his label still doesn’t seem interested in bailing him out. The Guardian notes that his next court appearance isn’t until October of this year.