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Bobby Shmurda Claims He’s Being Blackballed By Major Labels

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Bobby Shmurda Claims He's Being Blackballed By Major Labels

Bobby Shmurda Says He’s Being Blackballed By Major Labels

Bobby Shmurda has been making news for dancing more than for dropping new music since his release. However, the rapper is now claiming that major record labels are blackballing him.

Bobby responded to a fan who thought that his album would have dropped sooner.

“@_frank_mathews_ and all my fans,” Bobby wrote in response to the comment. “😢😂😂😂 nah F*** that I got major [labels] jumping me Blackballing me and shittttt and I’m from the hood young and rich black as shittt and don’t give a 😂 about both and they Scare of me and I love that ishhh. I’m only 27 one year fresh Outta six years they got 400 employees😢😂😂😂 tell them boys stop playing me Homieee and I do no marketing that all my shit natural ahhhhh #FThemPeople I’m gone✌🏿”

 

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Bobby Shmurda Says He's Being Blackballed By Major Labels

Last month Bobby Shmurda announced he was finally free from his recording contract.

“Attention!!!! To all Shmurda fans aka the Shmurdas. I just sign my release papers also jus made ah milly today,” he wrote.

“I can’t wait to drop s/o my n*gga @Trulife ahh ahh ahh my n*gga I’m shooting my 1st independence video today called Getting Em Back we celebrating all week in kods pop out nd Monday starlets.”




Shmurda is considered a pioneer of Brooklyn drill music. He rose to international fame in 2014 when his song “Hot Nigga” peaked at number six on the Billboard Hot 100. The success of the single led to Shmurda signing a deal with Epic Records. His debut EP, Shmurda She Wrote, was released in November 2014.

In December 2014, New York City Police arrested Shmurda and charged him, along with several other members of GS9, with conspiracy to murder, weapons possession, and reckless endangerment. In 2016, he pleaded guilty and was sentenced to seven years in prison, which was reduced to five years after receiving credit for the two years he already served awaiting trial.

After over six years in prison, Shmurda was released from Clinton Correctional Facility in February 2021. His release was widely celebrated across the hip-hop community.

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