Things just don’t seem to be looking up for Bobby Shmurda.
Shmurda’s trial has been postponed until May 11th according to HipHopDX. The rapper was originally scheduled to stand trial on a host of drug and gun related charges on February 22.
Kati Cornell, the Director of Public Information at the Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor in New York, told the publication that Judge Abraham Clott separated the cases of the “Hot Nigga” rapper and those of the members of his GS9 crew, who were arrested on weapons and murder charges in December of 2014.
Shmurda’s legal team has not felt that their client has been treated fairly in the court system.
Shmurda’s lawyer, Alex Spiro, asked Clott to include documents from the Special Narcotics Prosecutors’ office be used in the forthcoming trial, claiming two of the detectives in the case have been accused of “credibility issues.”
He is currently being held on $2 million bail.