(AllHipHop News) Brooklyn GS9 duo Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel recently gAbe their first interview since their plea deal.
The pair offered up some insight inot their time spent in prison, future plans for their music careers and much more.
Bobby and Rowdy took plea deal that saw them sentenced the to seven years in prison with two years time served.
This leaves them with five years left to serve plus the option of being released early, due to good behavior.
In the interview with interview Bobby finally gave the reasoning behind his acceptance of the plea deal to have time reduced.
“I did it for Rowdy. They offered me five and offered Rowdy 12. They said the only way they’ll give him seven is if I took seven too. So, you know, I had to take one for the dawgs,” Bobby explained providing some clarity.
During the discussion, the duo also reflected on Epic Record’s failure to post their $2 million bail.
“If we made bail I would’ve beat the case. We look guilty in these orange jumpsuits. If you put Al Sharpton in a orange jumpsuit and accuse him of having a gun, he’s going to be found guilty. They just look at our skin color, and look at where we’re from,” declared Bobby.
Despite the difficulty of their current situation, the duo says they still have more music in store, with Rowdy revealing that they have a few mixtapes ready to go to remain relevant and Bobby saying that he plans on a future in acting.
“I’m rapping, I’m acting, I’m going to have some books out. I want people to hear my story, they’re gonna feel my pain,” replied Bobby.