New York rapper Bobby Shmurda‘s mother has provided fans with an update on his well-being behind bars and what big venture he has on deck.
According to Leslie Pollard, Shmurda is getting his hands into writing movie scripts.
“Well, let me go back, he’s also writing a script for a movie. He said he has two movie in his head that he’s working on now,” Leslie revealed. “Yeah, he loves music but that’s something he was always interested in transitioning to. He loves the whole Will Smith thing. That’s something he’s very interested in, acting. I don’t know, have you ever met Ackquille before? He’s very animated and comical.” (XXL Mag)
Bobby recently talked about having his trial delayed from February.
“They ain’t trying to give me the deal because they know if I come home, I’ma beat this, so right now, they trying to hold me in here as long as possible. So, they’re trying to hold me in for like 3 or 4 years. And then try to give me time served or something but they don’t nothing on me. I’m not even supposed to still be here. I got several lawyers maintaining my case that’s saying that the bail is supposed to be dropped and these charges are supposed to be dropped. The bail is not even supposed to be high due to the Emory Law Book. But they violating my constitutional rights. They violating my civil rights that they are just flushing it down the toilet for they own political reasons.” (This Is 50)
Bobby recently had his case delayed through May 11 after appearing in court.
The change in date was confirmed to XXL by Kati Cornell, New York’s Director of Public Information at the Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor. Judge Abraham Clott, who is presiding over the case, has decided to try all of the defendants separately, which was the previous judge’s plan until he left in January (Shmurda was arrested along with several affiliates of his GS9 crew on December 17 2014) (The FADER)
Earlier this winter, Shmurda’s legal team received a tough break during a court appearance.
Bobby Shmurda was denied bail today by New York City judge Abraham Clott. Judge Clott told the court that he sees “no substantive change” in Shmurda and is “satisfied that the case is extraordinarily serious.” Shmurda’s attorney Alex Spiro told The FADER that the rapper and his family are “frustrated” and have been raising questions regarding why he isn’t being helped. (The FADER)