He famously tried to get out of said plea deal, but by then it was too late. As Bobby emphasized, he’ll be “light skinned in Jamaica” before he ever goes back to jail. Shmurda , whose real name is Ackquille Pollard, was declared a free man on February 23, 2021, after becoming eligible for parole. Rowdy responded to Bobby’s post, saying, “I love yu too bro” indicating that the chain was a gift from him, welcoming his homie back to the streets. So, you know, I had to take one for the dawgs.”
Now the “Dawgs” are back together, and many fans are hoping they’ll stay on the right path now and stay out of prison. He recently posted several pictures on his Instagram wearing a myriad of jewelry, with the highlight being a gold chain spelling, “SHMURDA.” The rapper wrote a simple caption saying, “Appreciate it Bruh”. The New York gangster rapper blamed it on bad legal advice from his attorney which was fired. Bobby Shmurda was given a seven years prison sentence back in 2016 after copping a plea deal. Just a few days out of prison and with three songs hitting platinum, Bobby Shmurda is flaunting it all. Now he copped an insane glow in the dark chain for Bobby Shmurda. Following his release from New York’s infamous Clinton Correctional Facility, fans started streaming his music in abundance which drove “Hot N*gga” to secure 5X platinum certification. Bobby Shmurda has been widely commended for choosing to serve a longer sentence so that Rowdy could get a significantly lower sentence. About Bobby Shmurda new chain. View this post on Instagram
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Speaking on it back then, Bobby stated, “I did it for Rowdy. Best known for his platinum-selling single “Hot N*gga,” Bobby Shmurda gained notoriety with his performance in the “Shmoney Dance” video, which was a huge hit prior to him going to prison. Hardest emerald piece out NEW YORK IS BACK they know who really run the city @rowdyrebel I shmurda’d this piece,” Eric wrote on Instagram while sharing some images of the chain. The magnificent piece was designed by Eric Da Jeweler, a New York-base jeweler famous for supplying celebrities with unique pieces. They said the only way they’ll give him seven is if I took seven too. This jeweler sure knows his stuff. They offered me five and offered Rowdy 12. The back of the emblem is decked out with Shmurda, and who doesn’t love a custom chain in their own signature stage name. The Shmurda chain also boasts an incredible emerald emoji feature on the top. “Them elbows ashy,” one fan wrote while another added, “bro stuck in 2014,” referencing the fact the ‘yellow gold’ chains are not in style. Despite those negative comments on the iced-out piece, most fans are drooling over its extravagance as it contains VVS emeralds throughout the design. Rowdy Rebel, who was released from prison on December 15, 2020, purchased an insane diamond-encrusted demon chain for himself, which was ready and waiting for him moments after getting out. Sadly there were some fans who weren’t feeling the lavish accessory and focused on other aspects of the photo. “Shmurda in all VVS emeralds with the emerald emoji stop playing with me! Bobby Shmurda gets a glow in the dark chain from his right hand man Rowdy Rebel. The chain is also particularly significant in the sense that its a thank you gift from Rowdy Rebel to Bobby Shmurda for a deed that many cannot say they would ever do for a friend. View this post on Instagram
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