The ‘Hot Boy’ rapper is enjoying his first full day out of prison, after serving over six years for crimes connected to his membership in a New York street gang.
Shmurda was hooked up immediately after walking out of Clinton Correctional Facility in New York, including hitching a ride from ‘Migos’ star Quavo — who flew in a private jet to pick him up and reunite him with his family.
Now, he is getting a homecoming from one of the biggest rappers of all time!
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“Welcome bac. Home. Nefew,” Snoop Dogg posted on Instagram.
The ‘What’s My Name’ rapper included a montage of pictures of the east coast rap star — and the photo has many fans hoping this may be the beginning of a collaboration!
It’s unclear if Bobby is already working on his comeback song/album, but as we reported, Shmurda was already flaunting HUGE stacks of cash while hanging out with Quavo following his release.
“Let’s get this work now ? welcome home ??,” one fan wrote after seeing his pictures on Snoop’s IG.
Bobby Shmurda is being praised by many in the hip-hop community after serving his almost 7-year prison sentence without snitching on his fellow gang members. In fact, it was reported, Bobby took the longer sentence so one of his associates didn’t have to do a much lengthier prison stint.
“He a real one did six and didn’t switch we need more of these people,” one fan wrote.
Another joked, “Bobby be looking at new rappers like 6ix9nine and others like who are these guys ?.”
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The 26-year-old was incarcerated after being accused of several crimes associated with the GS9 gang of East Flatbush, New York. Back in 2016, Bobby pled guilty to conspiring with the gang.
At the time, the rapper was arrested outside of a recording studio where police found two guns and a small amount of crack cocaine in the vehicle he was riding in.
Of course, not everyone is pumped about glorifying Bobby’s decision to not testify against his fellow gang members. “People have the craziest mentality. So he raps about murder, then gets put in prison for being a gangster gang member and now he’s out, everyone acts like he is great. Unfortunately many suffered because of what he and his gang did,” one fan said.