Rapper Bobby Shmurda, is currently serving a seven-year prison sentence at the Clinton Correctional Facility in upstate New York, received a bit of good news that will bring him home earlier than = sentenced.
The Brooklyn rapper was originally arrested back in late 2014, pleading guilty to one count of third-degree conspiracy and one count of weapons possession in September 2016, via Complex. At the time of his arrest Shmurda’s attorney, Alex Spiro told The FADER that the New York City rapper could be home in “approximately 3 1/2” years with “good time credit.”
With having served nearly four years on a seven-year prison bid, Shmurda has been credited for 685 days behind bars. If Shmurda remains out of trouble while inprisoned with run-ins with other inmates and other various infractions, according to TMZ, law enforcement sources have told them Bobby will have a parole hearing in August 2020, meaning he could be released from Clinton Correctional Facility as soon as December the same year.
Hopefully, the rapper can stay focused and walk a straight path while in confinement, so his early release comes to fruition.