Life on the outside is proving to be GOOOOOD for Bobby Shmurda — the formerly incarcerated rapper got the VIP treatment at the Brooklyn Nets game on Monday … and a signed jersey from superstar James Harden!
The 26-year-old had been in custody since December 2014 after he was charged with conspiracy to murder and other gun charges.
In 2016, Shmurda copped a plea deal to conspiracy to possess weapons and possession of a weapon — and was sentenced to 7 years in prison followed by 5 years probation.
He was released in February 2021 and immediately embraced by rap stars like Quavo. He also had a big presence during NBA All-Star Weekend.
And, the celebration continued Monday night at Barclay’s Center where Shmurda enjoyed a VIP suite to watch the Nets take on the NY Knicks.
After Brooklyn secured the W, James Harden took off his game-worn jersey and presented it to Shmurda — along with a personal message and signature on the threads.
Shmurda was so fired up about the gift, he went right to the media and showed it off while sporting that sick new gold chain he recently scooped up.
Bottom line … Shmurda is back to living like a true rockstar. The next question — when will he get back in the studio and release another album???
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