Bobby Shmurda's Trial Has Been Pushed Back
The rapper's original trial date was February 22 and has since been pushed back to May 11.
It appears as if Bobby Shmurda has been handed another L.
The "Hot N---a's rapper trial date has been pushed back. Originally slated for February 22nd, Shmurda will now see a judge on May 11.
According to reports, Kati Cornell, the director of public information at the office of the special narcotics prosecutor in New York said Judge Abraham Clott separated the cases between Shmurda and other member of the GS9 crew who were arrested in December 2014 on murder and weapons charges.
Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel, real name Chad Marshall will appear in court together May 11 along with Santino Boderick, known as "Cueno," and Nicolas McCoy who goes by the name "Montana Flea.” The original trial date still stands and Rashid Derrisant, "Rasha” and Alex “A-Rod" Crandon.