Bobby Shmurda is still one of the most intriguing rappers in hip-hop today. Since his release from prison last year, Shmurda has been loving every moment of his liberation, but then something went wrong. According to Wack 100, Bobby’s popularity on the street is dwindling as just a consequence of his dancing.
Bobby Shmurda has been savoring every moment of his freedom, as seen by his enthusiastic dancing on social media and in his music videos. Wack 100, on the other hand, is not thrilled by the Brooklyn rapper’s Shmoney movements.
“Y’all be seeing these artists like Bobby Shmurda, he’s been having it bad. He be like, ‘Yo, to all my fans, it ain’t me, it’s the label and all that shit’ … I’ma be real, I don’t know what kinda fans he got. He really ain’t proven product; he only had one song.”
“And I think he fucked up by what he should’ve dropped. When that n-gga got out, he was supposed to let something go! I don’t know what he was thinking running ’round like… he was supposed to drop before [NBA] All-Star Weekend or something.”
Bobby Shmurda has only released a few tracks after his release from prison in February 2021, including “No Time for Sleep (Freestyle),” “Cartier Lens,” “Splash,” and “Shmoney” with Quavo and Rowdy Rebel. Bobby’s current music has yet to match the economic success or cultural effect of his 5x platinum song “Hot N-gga,” which launched him to fame in 2014.
Before joking about the sales of his upcoming debut album, Wack 100 stated Bobby Shmurda had missed his window of opportunity to capitalize on the controversy surrounding his high-profile prison release.
“He might have waited too long. I think the n-gga gonna go double wood!”
“On top of that, he losing the streets with all this disco bunny dancing he be doing.”
Cardi B supported Bobby’s dance last year. Is it wrong to dance? After suffering 7 years of imprisonment, is it wrong to celebrate? What do you think is Wack 100 is right, let us know in the comments. For further updates stay tuned to Thirsty.
What’s your take on it? Sound it in the comments.