Bobby Shmurda Net Worth, Career, Early Life, and Legal Controversy

Born as Ackquille Jean Pollard, he is popular by his professional name Bobby Shmurda, is a rapper who is recognized as a pioneer of Brooklyn drill music and gained popularity after he released his song titled “Hot Nigga” in 2014. 

In this article, we will cover the net worth of Bobby Shmurda, his career, childhood and others.

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Bobby Shmurda Net Worth

According to Celebrity Net Worth, the estimated net worth of Bobby Shmurda is approximately $400 thousand. His popular songs include “Hot Nggia,” and “Jackpot,” among several others. He has collaborated with many artists like Uncle Murda, Chinx, Rowdy Rebel and others.

After taking a dig at his net worth, let us have a look at how Bobby Shmurda made money.

Bobby Shmurda Net Worth, Career, Early Life, and Legal Controversy
Bobby Shmurda Net Worth, Career, Early Life, and Legal Controversy

Bobby Shmurda Career

In 2004, Bobby began rapping and remixed Crime Mob’s “Knuck If You Buck.” He is inspired by 50 Cent, Biggie Smalls, Lil Wayne, Trick Daddy and many others. In 2014, he released his song titled “Hot Nigga” which became a huge hit. The song peaked at number one on the US Rap as well as the US R&B/Hip-Hop charts. 

After the massive success of his single, Epic Records signed Bobby Shmurda after which the song was released officially as his debut song and dominated the Hot R&B Hip Hop songs chart. It also reached number #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 and ultimately certified platinum. This played a major role in Bobby Shmurda’s net worth. The official remix of the song featured guest vocals from Busta Rhymes, Chris Brown, among others.

Bobby Shmurda also gained popularity for his single titled “Bobby Bitch,” which reached number 92 on the Billboard Hot 100 and contributed to his net worth. In 2014, he released his debut studio album entitled “Shmurda She Wrote” which peaked at number five on the US Rap chart, number seven on the US R&B/Hip-Hop chart, and number 79 on the Billboard 200 chart.

The same year Bobby released the mixtape Shmoney Shmurda (with GS9). Bobby has partnered with several artists like Uncle Murda, Chinx, Rowdy Rebel, The Game, Rich The Kid, Migos, Shy Glizzy, French Montana, Juelz Santana, and Too $hort among many others. In 2016, his debut studio album with the record label Epic Records was supposed to be released however it was delayed because of his conviction.

In early 2017, he rapped for Meek Mill and asserted that he continued writing music while in prison. During that period, Bobby was also featured on 6ix9ine’s “Stoopid”, phoning in his verses on the prison telephone which peaked at number 25 on the Billboard Hot 100. 

In September 2021, Bobby rolled out his first song after coming out from prison titled “No Time for Sleep (Freestyle).” He is also set to drop his debut album entitled “Ready To Live” and will also release an EP on August 5. Bobby Shmurda made this net worth majorly from his musical career.

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Early Life 

Bobby was born on August 4, 1994, in Miami, Florida to Leslie Pollard and Gervase Johnson relocated to East Flatbush, Brooklyn, following his father, who was sentenced to life imprisonment on charges of attempted murder in 1995. At the time, Bobby was just 2 months old. Her mother brought up him and his brother with his grandmother’s help.

While he was still living in Brooklyn, there were a number of run-ins against him with the law and even he was sent to a juvenile detention center for fifteen months for probation violation and gun charges.

Legal Controversy

Bobby was detained in June 2014 and charged with a felony criminal possession of a weapon but then he was released on $10,000 bail. He was again arrested after a few months along with 14 others, that also included his brother, on charges of conspiracy to attempt murder, reckless endangerment, and drug and gun possession.

He was found guilty and was held on bail of $2 million. Then in June 2015, officials caught Bobby and his former girlfriend having smuggled a knife into Rikers Island. They were subsequently charged with 2 counts of promoting contraband, apart from 1 count of unlawful possession of a weapon in the fourth degree.

Bobby was found guilty on 1 count of weapons possession in 2016 along with a count of third-degree conspiracy. As a result of this, he was convicted to imprisonment of seven years which was later reduced to 5 years and a probation period of 2 years. Bobby was sentenced to four years in prison in early 2015 for sneaking a shiv into his cell. 

While he was still in prison, Bobby was engaged in many brawls and he was relocated to Clinton Correctional Facility in upstate New York in 2017 to complete his punishment in protective custody.

His conditional release date was scheduled on December 11, 2020, following the completion of his full sentence, by his parole board. But his credit for good institutional behavior qualified him for conditional release in February 2021, with the remaining sentence to be served on parole. He will be under parole through the end of his full sentence on February 23, 2026.

Final Words

Bobby Shmurda would have built a greater net worth if he would not have been involved in legal controversies. Stay tuned to our website for more such updates.

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