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Bobby Shmurda Released From Prison (video)

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American rapper, Bobby Shmurda has been released from prison today February 23, the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision has confirmed.

Shmurda, 26, whose legal name is Ackquille Pollard, was sentenced in Oct. 2016 to seven years in prison after pleading guilty to conspiracy and weapons possession in connection with what prosecutors said was his leading role in the GS9 gang, an offshoot of the Crips, in the East Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn.

Shmurda was denied parole in September 2020, in part because of disciplinary actions taken against him while he was incarcerated, and he was ordered then to serve his maximum sentence, to Dec. 11, 2021. But after a review by the Department of Corrections, Shmurda’s credit for good institutional behavior was restored, making him eligible for conditional release as of Feb. 23, barring any further incidents, with the remainder of his sentence to be served on parole.

In a statement, NYS DOCCS said “At approximately 8:30 this morning, Ackquille Pollard was conditionally released from Clinton Correctional Facility. Mr. Pollard will be under community supervision in Kings County until he completes his sentence on February 23, 2026.”

Prior to the release, Bobby shared a message with fans on Instagram. The message read;

“Thank you for remaining loyal and for riding this six year sentence out with me.

“I love you all and look forward to seeing you soon.”

As for Bobby’s plans moving forward, his mother Leslie Pollard told TMZ earlier this week that her son will first enjoy some quality family time before easing himself back into the creative process.

Shortly after his release from prison, a video of Bobby and Leslie on a celebratory call surfaced. He was spotted in a private jet filled with women.

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Nigerians reacts as Davolee calls Olamide Baddo a MAD Man

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Ex-YBNL Soldier, Davolee has let hell loose after he said “Olamide is Mad” on his Twitter page.

It’s crystal clear that Davolee uses the word “Mad” to qualify his former boss.

This happened after MTV Base West tweeted an on-going programme #YBNLRaised Songs to appreciate Olamide’s good work in the industry.

Davolee’s Festival Bar was added to the songs but seems it doesn’t sit well with Davolee.

Davolee made a tweet to MTV Base to inform them about his feelings about the inclusion of his name in what has to do with Olamide.

A Fan interferes and Davolee dragged him and Olamide together – saying they’re both Mad.

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Davolee’s response was to the displeasure of some twitter users who felt the singer was ungrateful and expressed their disapproval.

 

 

 

 

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Banky W and Adesua Etomi Welcome Baby Boy!

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Banky W and Adesua Etomi are proud parents as they have welcomed a baby boy! The couple who got married in November 2017, welcomed their son four weeks ago.

Adesua shared photos from her maternity shoot on her Instagram page this morning to celebrate her birthday which is today February 22. The proud new mum wrote

””You have a track record of keeping your word. ?l?run agbaye o, you are mighty”.

4 weeks ago I received the best birthday gift ever. Our Son.

1+1=3 ”

 

Congrats to them!

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Omah Lay Wins “the Next Rated” Award At 14th Headies Award Show

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Stanley Omah Didia whose stage name is Omah Lay has emerged as the winner at the 14th Headies Award Show.

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Music newcomer, Omay Lay has pulled one of the biggest wins in the industry by clinching the juicy Next Rated award at the 14th edition of Headies.

Omaha Lay was nominated for the category alongside Bella Shmurda, Tems, Oxlade.

The young music star came to prominence in 2020 after the success of his EP, “Get Layd” on streaming platforms.

The Next Rated award at the annual Headies is a highly coveted prize won by the ‘upcoming’ act who has shown the most promise in the year in review.

The winner also gets a car and joins an influential ‘alumni’ of previous superstar winners.

This year’s edition was held virtually given the COVID-19 pandemic.
In 2019, Rema beat other artists like
Joeboy, Fireboy DML, Victor AD,
Lyta, and Zlatan to win the coveted prize.

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