New York rapper Bobby Shmurda is trying to claim his throne as the king of the Big Apple, but not everybody is having it. After going online with a snippet of new music, fans aren't too happy.
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Bobby Shmurda Previews New Track
Social media has erupted against the “Shmoney Dance” crooner in light of his preview. Users have dropped all sorts of negative comments on Instagram regarding the music, with many being upset that this is what he’s previewing after such a long wait for new audio.
I don’t like it
waited 6 years for some mid
💩💩one hit wonder
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Bobby Shmurda previews new music, but fans aren’t loving it.
How Bobby Shmurda Can Stay Out Of Prison
The Miami-born artist is out of prison and free to get his career back on track. While he does that, though, the “Hot N*gga” hitmaker has some restrictions and rules that need to be followed according to the parole board.
Bobby Shmurda is home after six years locked up, but he’s still on parole for another five years. That means while he’s getting his Shmoney, he can’t drink alcohol, go to bars, or associate with gang members. He also has an 8 p.m. curfew, and he’s obligated to get counseling and drug tests on a regular basis.
“Top Shotta back in full effect the marathon continues #tmc 💙🛳💙”
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Shmurda Gets Star Treatment From Brooklyn Nets
Bobby is really, really enjoying his freedom. His most recent escapade saw him at the Brooklyn Nets game and he received all sorts of hometown treatment. He received his own VIP suite as well as a signed jersey after the game from superstar James Harden.
“Spread love It’s The “Brooklyn” Way 💙 Special thanks to @brooklynnets & @alwayscivil for the hospitality (( I got my own jersey yall don’t act funny when I come warm up 🤣 ))”
Bobby Shmurda Reunites W/ NY Knicks Hat
Shmurda might have the best framed artwork in the world. The hip-hop star recently lit up social media with some fresh shots of himself holding onto a painting inspired by himself, his now-signature Shmoney Dance and iconic New York Knicks hat. The rap heavyweight went to Instagram with the must-see shots. The pics feature him holding onto the artwork.
“Left the spot like cheaaaa 😜 I love them”
The must-see IG post sparked a hefty co-sign by Atlanta hitmaker Rich The Kid.