- Quavo has told Billboard that he'll personally pick up Bobby Shmurda when he walks out of prison on Tuesday
- Quavo and Bobby Shmurda's family are expected to welcome Bobby Shmurda home when he is finally released from prison this Tuesday, 23 February
- The US rapper was arrested in 2014 on gang conspiracy, drug and gun charges
US rapper Quavo has reportedly revealed that he'll personally pick up Bobby Shmurda when he is finally released from prison. Bobby is expected to be released on Tuesday, 23 February.
The Migos member told Billboard in a recent interview that he is "personally gonna pick up Bobby Shmurda" when he walks out of New York's Clinton Correctional Facility.
Bobby was arrested in 2014 on gang conspiracy, drug and gun charges. Revolt reports that the rapper was initially sentenced to seven years but was later granted an early release because of his good behavior.
Bobby's name has been trending on Twitter since Monday, 22 February. His excited fans shared that they cannot wait for the star to walk out of prison a free man. Check out some of their comments below:
"Bobby Shmurda could’ve been a free man, but he decided to take 7 years, so that Rowdy Rebel could receive 7 years instead of 12 years. Throughout his time in prison he sued the NYPD and said he felt targeted due to his music. Let this remind you of how twisted the system is."
"Y'all wanna give Bobby Shmurda the perfect welcome home gift? Stream his music and put him on the charts and take him to the bank."
"For the first time in nearly 7 years, Rowdy Rebel and Bobby Shmurda are both free men."
"Happy for Bobby Shmurda that he’s getting released back into the world. Prison is a miserable existence. That being said, keep his music away from me. Prison does something to rappers where they rap off beat after they get out."
"Black history month ending with the release of Bobby Shmurda."
The Daily Show took to Twitter on 21 February to wish the host of the show a happy birthday. The show posted a clip of the superstar roasting the traditional birthday song. The Daily Show captioned the post:
"Happy Birthday @trevornoah, who would like you to take a moment to consider the happy birthday song."
In the clip, Trevor revealed that he never grew up singing the traditional birthday song. He said his mom used to sing Stevie Wonder's Happy Birthday and later sang him Donald Duck's birthday song. The TV personality said Disney made their own version of the song in the 80s to celebrate Donald's birthday.
Trevor expressed that the traditional birthday song is like a "death song". He said the song is depressing and is one of the saddest songs he has ever heard.
"It doesn't seem like fun at all."
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