Bobby Shmurda is tired of people reporting his posts on Instagram and getting them taken down – so he’s issued a PSA to his followers about it.
Taking to his Instagram Story on Wednesday (May 4), Bobby lamented about how he sees much worse content than his posts as he scrolls social media, but yet his keep on suffering.
“These bitch ass muthafuckas need to stop this shit with this reporting me shit bro,” Shmurda began. “It’s 2023 bro. I been home since 2021 bro. Y’all n-ggas need to stop reporting me! Y’all muthafuckas reporting me talking about I got girls doing this and that.”
He continued: “Muthafucka, every time I look at my timeline you bitches naked. Bitches butt naked! Bitch look like a 13-year-old [and] they butt naked on my muthafuckin timeline. Am I telling a lie? Am I telling a lie?”
The Brooklyn rap star recently reflected on his journey toward self-improvement after committing a number of criminal offenses. In a March Instagram post (that didn’t get reported), the message was clear: Shmurda is ready to pursue a productive and successful future, and he’s determined to make the best use of his time.
In the pic, the rapper can be seen sitting among other individuals in a meeting. “Me explaining how I shot 13 people, sold drugs since 12, 6 years of prison and so much more,” he captioned the post. “I’ve managed to turn my life around and become the entrepreneur that I am today!!!!!!”
He added: “I’m going to be telling one of the best stories in #History this year #ThankGod yo daddy’s daddy ain’t even come like this #Shmurda.”
When Bobby Shmurda released his breakout single “Hot N—a” in 2014, he was hailed as one of the early pioneers of Brooklyn Drill Music. He was on track for superstardom before his rise was halted after being convicted on one count of third-degree conspiracy and one count of weapons possession.
The rapper copped a plea deal in September 2016 after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess weapons and possession of a weapon for his involvement in the GS9 gang. He was initially sentenced to seven years but was granted two years credit before the sentence was handed down.
While locked up, Shmurda racked up 11 violations, including possession of a prison shiv, drug possession and fighting. He was eventually released from prison in February 2021.
Since his release, Bobby has been keeping a low profile but has continued to release music and seemingly have the time of his life based on his (sometimes deleted) Instagram posts.