Brooklyn drill pioneer Bobby Shmurda has given his first ever on-screen extensive interview with US podcast host Maino in the latest episode of Kitchen Talk.
During this lively and insightful conversation, Bobby divulges the truth about his unorthodox upbringing and rise to fame.
Later in the show, things get serious as Bobby recounts the intricate details of his 11 years consecutive prison sentence.
Along with his contemporaries such as Rowdy Rebel, Bobby Shmurda catalyzed an underground movement that eventually evolved into a flourishing Brooklyn drill scene.
His international acclaim came shortly following the release of “Hot N*gga” as the hood anthem transcended his borough and hit number six on the Billboard Hot 100.
Now for the first time, Bobby reflects on his whirlwind career and prolonged jail sentences, talking honestly about his regrets and achievements.
Don’t miss out on the real story of Bobby Shmurda and check out the video above!