Bobby Shmurda is an independent artist now, and he can release his music whenever he pleases. He plans on doing so on April 29 when he drops his first indy project, They Don’t Know.

Most of Bobby’s fans were excited about the new project when he shared the news on Instagram on Tuesday (April 19), but there were some who felt he needed more time, especially one who advised the “Shmoney” rapper to “Push it back and market it harder bro.”

Bobby saw the comment and took time out to respond to the fan and notify everyone that he feels the industry is deliberately pulling strings to stunt his proper comeback.

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“@_frank_mathews_ and all my fans,” Bobby wrote in response to the comment. “Nah F*** that I got major Lables 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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Whether Bobby’s claims are true or not, he isn’t letting anything get in the way of releasing his music to the masses. As he said in the caption of his album announcement post, “It’s littttttttttt F*** all y’all n***** independent [gorilla emoji] on the loose nah I been dying for y’all to get this work, let’s talk facts no [cap].”

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The Brooklyn native has been moving without worry since leaving Epic Records. He’s also looking to continue pushing the buttons of his critics, such as what he’s about to do whenever Bobby green lights the new music video where he busts a move alongside several social media dancers.