In his new freestyle visuals to “No Time For Sleep,” Bobby gets military minded with it and is strapped down to the teeth with the kind of artillery you’d expect to find on soldiers overseas

Bobby Shmurda has been out five months but is still getting used to his freedom. In a new interview he says he has mixed emotions about being home. As spotted on Hype Beast the Brooklyn, New York native is seemingly just about ready to turn up musically. After touching down at the top of year fans expected […]

Big ups to Bobby for looking out for those less fortunate and in need of some good will. 

Everyone on social media has already seen the blue carpet that was rolled out for Bobby as soon as he left Clinton Correctional Facility, with Rowdy Rebel and Quavo showering him with love and the finest material things money can buy, but what is Bobby thinking under that Mets cap is what everyone is wondering.

Quavo is responsible for making sure the "Hot N*gga" rapper is well taken care of and has a private jet lined up for his longtime colleague.

After six-plus years behind bars, Bobby Shmurda is finally a free man.

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Bobby Shmurda is finally coming home. According to multiple reports, the Brooklyn rapper is scheduled to be released on Tuesday, February 23.

Bobby Shmurda is finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. So long as he stays clear of any trouble, the Brooklyn rapper can be a free man in February.

The GS9 rapper served a seven-year sentence after pleading guilty to conspiracy and weapons possession charges in 2016.

Unfortunately we won't be able to see or hear from Bobby Shmurda until December of 2021 if he keeps himself out of trouble for the remainder of his sentence, but until then we'll still be bumping "Hot Ni**a" like it's 2014.

The "Hot N*gga" rapper will have to serve out his full prison term until 2021.

Bobby Shmurda may obtain an early release if things go well with his parole board hearing in August. His mother is confident she will see him free very soon and says he's ready to make new music again once he's free.