Bobby shmurdaLife after prison plan includes dropping out new music and talking to at-risk youth about how to live better lives … but those plans all depend on how her parole hearing goes. takes place.
The rapper’s mother, Leslie Pollard, tells TMZ … Bobby plans to tell the parole board next month that if they release him, he’s going to put his nose to the grindstone in the studio and also stay out of trouble.
Leslie tells us that Bobby has written extensively since being behind bars, and that he plans to record his work for Epic Records, the label that signed him.
And, get this … Leslie says Bobby also wants to produce a documentary about his life, which he hopes will also be used as an educational tool for troubled youth. Bobby’s plan with at-risk kids is to visit them and spend time with them and tell his story so they can avoid following the path he’s taken that has led him to spend years behind bars.
As we reported … the rapper entered into a plea agreement in September 2016 … conspiring to possess weapons and to possess a weapon. The other charges – including conspiracy to commit murder – were dismissed. He was sentenced to 7 years in prison and 5 years probation.
Fast forward to now … Bobby is weeks away from his parole hearing and his fingers are crossed. Leslie’s support never wavered. She visited him every two weeks, but those visits ended abruptly when the pandemic struck.
She talks to him on the phone often and says Bobby is optimistic that the parole board is rejecting him.