Rapper 50 Cent just threw some shade at his former manager whose label he claims left Bobby Shmurda in jail.
On Wednesday, Hip Hop DX posted the details from Cent who opened up on Sha Money XL, the executive vice president of the label Epic Records. As random gunshots went off during his statement, he mentioned Shmurda who remains behind bars facing a number of charges.
"I ain't like Sha Money," Cent said. "Sha Money got Bobby Shmurda still in the joint (pow pow pow). The left the n---as in the jailhouse (pow). The whole GS9."
It's unclear at this point on what lies ahead in Shmurda's future with the scandal around him, allegedly involving drugs, conspiracy to commit murder and several more charges. His attorney, Kenneth Montgomery, previously spoke to BET about how no one can do much for his client at this point despite his popularity.
"Culturally, he's had a big impact on the scene. He has an attachment to the street and people are enthused by that," Montgomery said. "We got to extinguish the effects of him on the culture and what you are expecting these people to do. Unless you have financial property in the sum of the $2 million (Shmurda's bail amount), there's really nothing you can do. You can give moral support."
The rapper's attorney also assumed that the trial will likely be pushed till this fall at least.