Bobby Shmurda Denied Parole Due To Multiple Violations In Prison Including Fighting & Drug Possession (Update)


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TSR Updatez: Roommates, Bobby Shmurda went before the parole board back in September in hopes that his sixth year in prison would be his last. His plea for parole was unfortunately denied, as we reported, and it looks like we finally know why.

According to the transcript from Bobby’s hearing obtained by TMZ, board members cited that Bobby had “multiple” violations in prison, including allegedly having a shank, fighting and drug possession–but Shmurda reportedly argued that he’s changed and is ready to get his life back on track.

Bobby reportedly told the board that while he does want to continue his music career upon release, he also has intentions of helping his community through outreach programs for troubled youth. The documents also show that Bobby told the board that he see’s himself now as more of a “leader” than a follower.

Bobby also says that he wants to get his high school G.E.D when he gets out.

We previously spoke with Bobby’s mother, who said that she is confident about his “come back” regardless of the outcome of his hearing.

“The who’s I am not at liberty speak on, but what I can say is that there will be a very strong come back and the people won’t be disappointed. There are so many surprises in store,” Bobby’s mother, Leslie Pollard, said.

Bobby only has one more year to serve in prison, after being sentenced to 7 years for conspiracy to possess weapons and possession of a weapon.

Before running into this legal trouble, Bobby and the rest of the GS9 crew changed the New York music scene forever by introducing what the city now knows as drill music. Hopefully he can continue to make his mark in the industry once he’s released.

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