Migos rapper Quavo will be on hand to pick him up, and he said “it’s gonna be big”
Bobby Shamurda is set to be released from a New York prison tomorrow (February 23).
The New York rapper, who became widely famous in 2014 for his hit song ‘Hot N ***’, was jailed for seven years after pleading guilty to conspiracy and an arms deal in October 2016. Was sentenced to
Shmurda, real name Ackquille Pollard, was refused parole in September. He He was ordered to serve his maximum sentence in prison (December 11, 2021).
Last month, the new York Times The report said a recent review by the Department of Corrections restored Shamurda’s credit for “good institutional behavior”, ensuring that he was eligible for conditional release on 23 February.
Ahead of his release, a video was posted on the Brooklyn rapper’s Instagram account today (February 22) to anticipate his return. The five-minute clip shows a scene from the 1990 film King of new york, Leaving actor Christopher Walcken as former drug lord Frank White on Rikers Island.
“How does fuk y’all forget about me,” is written in the caption with a raised eyebrow emoji. See the post below.
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Following his conditional release, Shamurada will remain on parole until 2026.
On the day of his release, Migos will be on hand to pick him up from prison according to rapper Quavo Board.
“I’m going to get my man,” said the frontman. “I am personally going to get Bobby Shamurda. I’m going to get him. I’m going to show him how I’m gonna take you, Yasir. It is going to be big. “
As far as Shamurda getting up after being freed, the rapper’s mother, Leslie Pollard, told TMZ He would enjoy an intimate meal with his family and then “keep it cool”. He will devote most of his time to music by regularly checking in with his parole officer until He2026.
Over the weekend, Pollard took to Instagram to post a clip of Rowdy Rebel’s ‘computer’ music video, featuring Shamurada.
“Who remembers the energy that Shamurda gave us in 2014?” She wrote. “In less than 72hrs your boy Bobby Shamurda is bringing it back to us. It has been 6 years 2 months and 6 days too long !!!
Meanwhile, Migos rapper Quavo is set to make his film debut in a new film with Robert De Niro.