Rowdy Rebel released ahead of Bobby Shmurda.
Rowdy Rebel was released from Ogdensburg Correctional Facility on Tuesday (Dec. 15), and he is already making waves. The “All About Her Shmoney” rapper has been locked up since 2014, after a 69-count RICO case got him, Bobby Shmurda and 13 other GS9 members.
Shmurda was denied parole earlier this year, and will have to serve his entire sentence until next December. Rebel, meanwhile, will have to stay out of trouble until 2025 when his parole ends.
Immediately following his release, Rebel stood on top of his car to make some bold claims.
“Fuck that bro! The King of New York back, n***a!” he exclaimed. “Tell n****s the real King of New York back! If they don’t like it, tell them n****s to do what they gotta do! You see my guys with me!”
Bobby Shmurda shares a message with his fans.
Rebel also got a phone call in with his old friend, Bobby Shmurda, who seemed ecstatic for Rebel’s release and the prospect of partying together soon.
“I love all my fans, I love all the supporters,” he said. “Man we’ll be right there, bro. Don’t even trip, man. Welcome home my big bro! You already know you deserve it! N***a we about to turn up like no fucking tomorrow, n***a!”
Shmurda took on extra time in a 2015 plea deal so that Rowdy Rebel could serve less. “They offered me five and offered Rowdy 12,” he said at the time. “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.”
Throughout his imprisonment, Shmurda has racked up 11 violations, including drug possession, fighting and is also serving four concurrent years for having a shank. Despite this, he is already making plans to record new music, and film a documentary.
Both Shmurda and Rebel have recorded music in prison. Shmurda phoned in a verse for 6ix9ine’s “Stoopid,” while Rebel made it on Pop Smoke’s posthumous tape. Check it out below.
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