Bobby Shmurda release date has been put for Tuesday, as court documents confirmed his release date after serving seven years in jail.
Bobby Shmurda whose real name is Ackquille Pollard was denied a parole in 2020 and was to remain in prison till December 2021 and serve his full seven years sentence for conspiracy for murder, will be freed by tomorrow 23rd February 2021. His
Bobby Shmurda release date was also confirmed by his mom, Leslie Pollard, TMZ reports.
Once Bobby’s released from prison he’ll enjoy an intimate dinner with his family. Leslie says she’s counting down the hours until her son’s release. Bobby’s also excited, to say the least.
After dinner, Bobby who has been locked up since 2014 wants to keep it chill. Nothing crazy. He wants to get back to his passion, which of course is music. Leslie told TMZ that he will devote most, if not all, of his time to creating music again.
Bobby will definitely carve out some time for a very important person, his parole officer will be checking in regularly, because he has to.
The rapper’s conditional release date was bumped up to February 23, a full 10 months early. Not bad, considering he had some problems during his prison stint.
Bobby will be on parole until 2026, TMZ reports.
Bobby Shmurda, known for his 2014 hit song “Hot N—-,” was arrested on Dec. 24, 2014, and charged with conspiracy to murder, possession of weapons and reckless endangerment. He served two years in prison awaiting trial, and in 2016 he pleaded guilty to the charges.
A judge sentenced him to seven years in prison, but it was later reduced to five years after he received credit for the two years he served while awaiting his trial. He was also overlooked in the Ex-President Trump’s Presidential pardon list a few weeks ago.