Bobby Shmurda Reveals He Received Oral Sex In Prison From Visiting Female Guests

Bobby Shmurda Reveals He Received Oral Sex In Prison From Visiting Female Guests


Rapper Bobby Shmurda seemingly made the most out of his time in jail, telling a reporter he “got oral sex” on some of his visits.

During a recent interview, Bobby Shmurda chatted about his new music and life since being released from prison in February of 2021. He was sentenced to six years in 2014 for conspiracy to commit murder and weapons possession. 2014 was also the year his song, “Hot N***a” blew up and put him in the center of modern rap.

Bobby Shmurda

Among many topics, Bobby shared he was “wilding in jail” and opened up about some of the craziest moments, including conjugal visits. He said:

“I don’t know if it’s the riots or the sex on the visits. I got oral sex, didn’t get sex sex. I’m too big to be doing all that other sh*t, ya understand?”

When the reporter followed up, asking if he ever got caught by guards, he said “sometimes.”

“I mean, sometimes. Some of them wouldn’t care, they’d be like [shrugs]. Some would be like [in deep voice], “Ackquille Pollard! Chill, hold it down, son! What the f*ck you doing?! This girl right here, both of y’all get the f*ck out!”

Bobby also opened up about how he felt “defeated” at some points during his six years behind bars. When asked if there were ever moments he “felt defeated or hopeless,” he said,

“Hell yeah. Hell yeah. All the times when I was fighting police, that’s when I felt defeated. I didn’t feel defeated… well, defeated, yeah. Because when I fight police, I used to be on some ‘f*ck everything’ sh*t. When someone makes me [mad], I want to hurt somebody. Those days, yeah, I felt defeated.”

Bobby Shmurda followed by adding that he would try to stay positive, noting that if someone tried to “f*ck with” him, he would just “laugh at them.”

Shmurda, who was born Ackquille Pollard, also told the publication that he recently paid for his father’s appeal. His father is in prison serving 120 years “for some sh*t he ain’t do,” Bobby also added:

“My brothers are in the system. My father’s in the system. They got life, they all got life. It’s something I deal with every day. I think the world is not aware of the system.”

After his release, fans enjoy his positive dancing and goofy content on social media, but Bobby said that he was even dancing behind bars.

“Everywhere. I made killers dance. I make everybody dance with everybody.”

Shmurda completed his record deal with Epic Records and headed straight to the studio after rapper Quavo picked him up from jail last year. He has dropped numerous singles, including “Shmoney” featuring Quavo and Rowdy Rebel.

He is now an independent artist, with an EP and a full-length album coming soon. Bobby said he’s “never felt so alive” in his life.

He also revealed that still building out his team and releasing his EP, called “Bad Boy,” with a company he has yet to name.

“It feels good dropping [music] anytime I want to. I’m about to release an EP with a company. Still building the team out.”

He added,

“I haven’t been independent since 2014, since I signed the [Epic] deal. I just got out of it three months ago. That shit feels good, just being free to be able to do whatever you want to do. Because I’m the type of guy, once I can’t do whatever I want to do, that’s not me. That’s where they take the you from you.”

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Authored by: Sunny Morgan