Bobby Shmurda Pleads Guilty To Promoting Prison Contraband
Brooklyn rapper, Bobby Shmurda, who is currently serving a seven year sentence for conspiracy and weapons charges, was given more time in prison after accepting a plea deal in a Bronx court recently. According to Bossip.com, The “Hot Ni**a” rapper plead guilty to promoting prison contraband after he was caught trying to sneak a shank (prison made knife) into Rikers Island back in 2015.
The report also says that Shmurda, 22, told Bronx Supreme Court Judge Marc Whitten that he did try to sneak in a “sharp metal object,” which was passed to Shumrda by his friend Kimberly Rousseu during a visit. She was also charged with promoting prison contraband, which is a non-violent felony. Sources have yet to reveal how much extra time Shmurda will have to serve for the violation.
Recently, one of bobby’s co-defendants, Santino Boderick, 23, received 117-130 years in prison for several felonies such as conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder and possession of a weapon.