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On Tuesday afternoon, Bobby Shmurda was denied bail for the seventh time, reports TMZ.

Shmurda’s friends and family have put together several bail packages, none of which have been successful. He was most recently denied by a judge in December after his family put up $2 million worth of property as collateral.

His lawyer, Alex Spiro, told the Manhattan judge the bail was unreasonable because Shmurda’s net worth was estimated to be $20 million— but it’s actually around $427,000. Spiro argues that his bail should then be lowered to somewhere in the neighborhood of $50-100K.

Spiro pledged to continue his quest to get the $2 million bail lowered and release Shmurda from police custody.

The Brooklyn rapper’s legal issues stem from a December 2014 arrest, in which he and several other GS9 members were charged with conspiracy to commit murder and drug and gun possession.

He’s facing a sentence of 8-25 years. The trial is said to begin in February.


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