Bobby Shmurda is still one of hip-most hop’s fascinating rappers. Shmurda has been enjoying every moment of his freedom since his release from prison last year, but suddenly something went wrong. Bobby’s popularity on the street is declining as a result of his dancing, according to Wack 100.
Wack 100, a Los Angeles-based music management, recently called out Bobby on Clubhouse, claiming that the rapper is destroying his history and losing respect in the streets as a result of the manner he has composed himself since his release. Bobby’s intended fanbase is unknown to Wack, who predicts that when he releases an album, he will go “double wood.”
Bobby Shmurda seemingly responds to Wack 100’s comments. Bobby doesn’t seem to care about what anyone thinks. Bobby has most likely heard Wack’s critique, based on the date of his recent tweet, but he is unfazed by the rap veteran’s words, breaking his stride for no one.
Y’all do know that no matter what ANYONE says imma live MY LIFE the way I WANT #Shmurda
Wack 100 hasn’t just been going after Bobby Shmurda on Clubhouse. He’s also been going after Master P, calling him broke and alleging that he doesn’t even have 20% of Nick Cannon’s money. Have you been a fan of Bobby Shmurda’s outward appearance since his release? For further updates stay tuned to Thirsty.
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