Ever since Bobby Shurda was released after doing six years, all eyes have been on him.
People are taking notice of his every move, seeing if he’ll stay on the right track. They’re also watching him when he’s outside, seeing who he’s around and what he’s doing. One major thing some fans have pointed out is Bobby’s dance moves.
Last month, some fans had criticized Bobby’s moves after he released a visual for “Trapping Is A Sport.” In the comment section, one user said, “Prison has got this man twerking to music videos now,” another said, “those dance moves kinda sus,” and another said, “Y u keep shakin ur hips like that b.”
Bobby recently met with DJ Akademiks and, during the convo, spoke on the slander. Bobby was in good spirits and laughed it off. He also asked why people don’t make a big deal when Chris Brown or Beanie Man dances. Take a look:
Bobby Shmurda responds to the people making jokes about his DANCING pic.twitter.com/Fpa5PXOldM
— 2Cool2Blog (@2Cool2BlogTV) November 14, 2021
Bobby always looks like he’s having a good time, and celebrating the fact he’s not locked down. The “Hot N*gga” rapper was arrested in 2014 on numerous charges which include conspiracy to commit murder and weapons and drug charges associated with GS9. Back in 2016, Bobby Shmurda plead guilty to murder conspiracy charges and accepted a 7-year deal that included time served. In an interview that same year, Bobby explained why he took a longer sentence. His answer was due to loyalty. Bobby said, “I did it for Rowdy. They offered me five and offered Rowdy 12. They said the only way they’ll give him seven is if I took seven too. So, you know, I had to take one for the dawgs.” Bobby was released in February.
Take a look at Bobby’s dancing. He always had the shmoves!
Bobby Shmurda shooting a new music video. pic.twitter.com/kHroTJD4L3
— Rap Alert (Backup) (@rapalert4) October 24, 2021
Bobby Shmurda boys hood music dancing Hall And & Oates You Make My Dreams Come True #Meme #React #Reaction #GIF #Vid pic.twitter.com/ZCJtrrlM71
— @JRoc23 (@JRoc23G) November 8, 2021