Bobby Shmurda's Bail Is Denied For The Seventh Time


(AllHipHop News) Judge Abraham Clott, who is currently presiding over Bobby Shmurda’s case, has again denied the request for a bail modification. Today (Jan. 19), the New York City judge declined to reduce the bail amount from $2 M. The “Hot Boys” rapper faces charges stemming from reckless endangerment, conspiracy to commit murder, and weapons possession.

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Legal counsel for the Brooklyn rapper maintains that the current bond is based on an exaggerated amount. In the past, it was proposed that Bobby’s net financial worth was around $20 M. Alex Spiro, the lawyer acting on behalf of Shmurda asserts that his client’s actual assets come closer to that of $427,000, this according to TMZ.

With this figure in mind, Spiro believes that a reasonable bond amount would range from 50,000 – $100,000. Although Bobby’s bond has been denied seven previous times Spiro is reportedly still dedicated to getting it lowered. The 21 year-old Shmurda is set to go back to court on Feb. 22.