Rapper Bobby Shmurda has been handed a seven-year prison term in his connection to his gang conspiracy case. The rapper agreed to the seven-year imprisonment in a deal to stop the saga that stretch for nearly two-year from going to trial.
In a plea hearing on Friday in Manhattan Supreme Court, Bobby admitted his role in GS9 gang. He pleaded guilty to conspiracy and criminal possession of a weapon.
The ‘Schmoney’ rapper who was born Ackquille Pollard, remained subdued during the plea. He told the judge – Abraham Clott “I plead guilty” before he shook his head and fell into his seat.
‘Hot Ni99a’ Smurda also admitted to possessing a loaded gun when the Brooklyn police raided his apartment two years ago where he was hanging out with Alex Mccoy.
Judge Clott asked Shmurda – “Now Mr. Pollard, is it your understanding that one June 3, 2014 at 106 Rockaway Parkway, you were in possession of a loaded firearm with someone else?” to which he relied saying “Yes your honor,”
The prosecutor to the case said – Shmurda led a violent GS9 street gang to terrorize Brooklyn with shooting and sales of drugs for two good years.
Judge Clott also mentioned that had Shmurda failed to strike a deal with them, he would have faced up to 18 years jail term on conspiracy charges and illegal weapon possession.
Well, we hope he has learned his lessons and he will do something better with his life when he gets out soon.
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