Bobby Shmurda's Bail Has Been Withdrawn And He Will Remain In Jail

There was some hope that Bobby Shmurda would be leaving New York’s Rikers Island this week after his $2 million bail was posted last Friday (Jan. 30) by his “management associates.” The bail application was reportedly withdrawn on Wednesday (Feb. 4) and no new hearing is scheduled, according to the special narcotics prosecutor’s office for New York City.

“We’re trying to do a new bond application and are in the process in figuring that out,” said Bobby’s lawyer, Kenneth Montgomery. “We’re hoping to get it done within the next week.”

Montgomery requested a special bail hearing for Feb. 2nd in efforts to have the $2 million reduced, but the hearing request was denied.

The “Hot N—-a” rapper and his GS9 crew were arrested at New York City’s Quad Studios back in December 2014 and were hit with a slew of charges, including conspiracy, attempted murder, murder, reckless endangerment, weapons possession and criminally using drug paraphenalia.

The 20-year-old and his comrades are now facing an additional 32 charges. Their next court date is on Apr. 22nd.

 

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44 Responses to “Bobby Shmurda's Bail Has Been Withdrawn And He Will Remain In Jail”

  1. Markus

    Wake up call,reality check,defining moment or however you want to put it,whenever dude finally gets out,i would think some life changes would be in order.

  2. heysus christo

    Justice system needs fixing. Guy was arrested in Dec ’14. He’s not even going to get a trial till end of April? Why does it take so long?

    • Pernell Whitaker

      April 2 just the next court date too homie, that ain’t the trail date. Unless they cut deals, thing thing gonna drag on for a loooong time.

    • Perfect Timing

      That’s not a Trial date, it’s a court date big difference and you can be held in Rikers for up to 3yrs while waiting for a Trial Date

  3. Liam Knurtsis

    This is the ultimate injustice, i dont give a dam what dude did, judge says “bail is set” 30 days in jail he posts bail, 3 days after they revoke bail and use letigation as the rational…i dont have to know the legel system to know this is oppressive and wrong, ive never heard a celebrity, no matter the charges get bail revoke at the time they pay it!

      • RMfag

        What did he do? 2milli is ALOT of money. I had to suck off a whole party just for half of that.

      • TheBigKing1

        What’s up with you keep talking about sucking people off? Lol. You funny n*gga.

    • sgt.mitchell

      The court wont take no chance with a 2million $ bond,the person getting bonded out must show viable liability toward the bond. That means the court will not let a bondsman bail you out as a favor with you putting nothing of value up . This is because if you only put forth 10000$ toward a 2 million $ bond you have no incentive to come to court. This is to protect the bondsman as well as to make sure you come to court. The record company can bail him out, but the court would demand the Whole 2million from a business entity .

      • TheBigKing1

        I thought the record company was initially going to bail him out from the jump anyway…well according to Sha Money XL. I didn’t know he was still in jail til the other day. Talking about he’s been in jail for over 4 weeks. Damn! I guess Sha thought they was gonna bail him out…but maybe he’s not that big of an investment with the record label. Hmm.

      • sgt.mitchell

        A person or entity must be approve by the courts to bond you out. Its not just he isnt a big investment to them, other factors come into play. The record company would have to pay 2 million dollars up front and it would be held for the duration of the trail, which could be up to two years away if he has the right lawyer. That money would gain no interest and con not be invested which in turns make it more than 2 million dollars really. The only people who usually make these high bonds or people with the money on hand.

      • Liam Knurtsis

        Then I’d have to assume the 2 million bond is a biased gesture to keep dude locked up, and according to history is done quite often!

  4. Saiyan Prince

    Why give him a bail in the first place? If his package was correct then he should be able to post and come home. Is that your eye I see poking out from under your blindfold Justice?

      • TheBigKing1

        That was most likely proposed…but its really all up to the judge.

    • TheBigKing1

      I know right. I guess they tried to deny bail, but the judge agreed to set it high enough that he would have a hard time getting out. The Police Commissioner of NY already said how he don’t feel he should be out and should be locked away for a long long time. So clearly, they gonna try everything in their power to keep him off the streets as long as possible. Which is f*cked up. But it is what it is.

    • Perfect Timing

      You have to learn the difference between the FBI and District attorney.. This is not a federal case and he is in Rikers not federal prison

  5. WORLD DOMINATOR

    F*CK this KLOWN! An embarrassment to any REAL artists trying to get ahead in THE BUSINESS! thinkin’ their lil dance & crime was ‘art’, substantial ‘careers’ that would last?#!@ GTFOH…….

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