Bobby Shmurda Announced He’s Coming Out With An Autobiography

Bobby Shmurda performs from the crowd during 2021 Made In America at Benjamin Franklin Parkway on September 05
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Do the shmoney dance, Bobby Shmurda is coming out with an autobiography.

The Brooklyn rapper shared the exciting news on Twitter. According to Bobby, it’s going to be big. In the Tweet, he said,

“I Just Started Writing My Autobiography & My First Page More Lit Than Yo Daddy’s Daddy Whole Life.” Earlier this year, we covered the report, he also wants to release a documentary. Take a look at Bobby’s Tweet regarding his book:


The “Hot N*gga” rapper was arrested in 2014 on numerous charges, including conspiracy to commit murder and weapons and drug charges associated with GS9. In 2016, Bobby Shmurda pleaded guilty to murder conspiracy charges and accepted a 7-year deal that included time served.

He was released from prison earlier this year. He’s on parole supervision until February 23, 2026. Documents obtained by TMZ say he has an 8 p.m. curfew, must submit substance abuse testing, and can’t be around convicted felons or gang activity. He also has to get counseling for aggression and anger. Bobby’s release also requires him to seek, obtain, and maintain employment. 

In addition to the book and documentary, Bobby also wants to mentor at-risk youth.

Check out his latest track: “Shmoney” ft. Rowdy Rebel & Quavo