The ‘Hot Boy’ artist was behind bars for over four years
Rapper Bobby Shamurda was cast in New York on Tuesday 23 February.
The musician, whose real name is Acquille Pollard, was behind bars for more than four years after he was convicted in a drug gang crime.
Shamurda was released from New York prison by authorities amid speculation that he would return to the New York music industry.
The message was left to Shamurda’s lawyer on Tuesday. The 26-year-old artist out of Brooklyn previously called the case a sham.
According to the rules issued by BOBBY SHMURDA before 6-year
Shamurda, whose birth name is Acquille Pollard, was known for “Hot Boy”, a rhyme about gunplay. He Gained notoriety with her performance in “Shamani Nritya”, which had millions of YouTube views.
Shamurda was arrested by the authorities a few days after leaving a recording studio near Radio City Music Hall, shortly after he performed “Hot Boy” to a national television audience on “Jimmy Kimmel Live”. Officials said investigators found two handguns and a small amount of crack cocaine in a car.
Click UP for our entertainment news
An indictment accused Shamurda and more than 15 defendants of various offenses including murder, attempted murder, assault and drug dealing. Officials said a rival was killed in the shootings by the gang, injuring an innocent man, who was sitting in a basement chair outside a Brooklyn home and an epidemic outside a nightclub in Miami Beach, Florida Caused
Court papers allege that Shamurda once fired a gun at a crowd of people outside a barber shop in Brooklyn. He also said that he was present during a confrontation between rival drug gangs outside a courtyard in Brooklyn, where the shots were fired in 2015.
Shamurda was sentenced to seven years in prison in 2016, but he was eligible for early release based on time before being convicted and for good behavior in prison. A plea deal allowed him to avoid prosecution in a number of cases that could put him behind bars for decades.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.