It looks like the hope of Bobby Shmurda coming home soon is now over. Bobby was denied his parole after his hearing with the board last week. There was no reason that was specified as to why he wouldn’t be getting out, but we can speculate the several violations he earned during his stay could be a reason. Bobby learned that he would most likely serve his full sentence, meaning December 2021 will be his release date. Bobby’s violations include drug possession, possession of a shank, fighting, and more.
Bobby Shmurda accepted a plea deal back in September 2016 to conspiracy to possess weapons and possession of a weapon. The other charges, including conspiracy to commit murder, were tossed. Bobby was initially sentenced to 6 to 7 years in prison, and he’s been in December 2014.
Bobby’s mother told TMZ that her son was ready to drop new music if granted parole. Shmurda was also ready to produce a documentary about his life, in the hopes it can be used as an educational tool for troubled youth.
Guess we will have to wait a little longer before we get to hear from Bobby Shmurda.