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Rapper Bobby Shmurda Released From Prison, Gets Private Jet Ride Home From 'Migos' Star Quavo

By Mike Walters

Rapper Bobby Shmurda has officially by releases from prison -- and the musician caught a private jet ride home from 'Migos' star Quavo.

The 'Hot N---a' rapper (real name Ackquille Pollard, was conditionally released from Clinton Corrections Facility in New York around 8:30 am this morning. According to multiple reports, the rapper will continue being under the supervision of the NY Department of Corrections until February 23, 2026.

Many of his fans and fellow musicians have been waiting for the popular rapper to be released from behind bars, including 'Migos' star Quavo who picked him up in a private jet.

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Bobby Shmurda Gets Private Jet Ride From Quavo!


"I'm going to get my guy," Quavo said.

Adding, "I'm personally gonna go pick up Bobby Shmurda. I'm bout to go get him. I'm gonna let him show you how I'm gonna pick him up, yessir."

The 'Migos' rapper shared a video on Instagram of Bobby exiting a private jet alongside a small entourage, where you can see he is holding a new briefcase with the word 'Shmurda' tagged on it!

Bobby didn't say anything after exiting, but he threw up a hand to show the crowd he appreciated the scene.

The best part, according to Quavo, Bobby is already planning his return to music, "It's gonna be big," he said.

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Bobby Schmurda Is A FREE Man!


"Did Six And Didn’t Switch Welcome Home!" Quavo captioned the video of both rappers exiting the plane.

Shmurda thanked his loyal fans throughout his lengthy sentence, including a message on Instagram, saying, "I love you all and look forward to seeing you all soon." He also posted a scene from the movie "King of New York" on Instagram, with the caption, "How the f--k y’all forget about me"

As you know, back in 2016, Bobby was sentenced to seven years in prison after pleading guilty to charges he conspired with a violent drug gang.

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Getting Back To The Music!


At the time, Bobby claims he was railroaded into taking the plea agreement -- but, many hailed the rapper as a hero for taking a sentence of 7 years so that another friend and associate didn't get 12 years.

As we reported, Schmurda joined more than 15 other defendants was various charges including murder, attempted murder, assault, and drug dealing.

According to the indictment, Schmurda was accused of firing a gun toward a crowd of people outside a barbershop in Brooklyn. Plus, they allege he was present during a 2015 fight between two rival drug gangs outside of a Brooklyn courthouse where a shooting took place.

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