Bobby Shmurda Blasts Promoters For Robbing Him Of Owed Money, Refuses To Perform

Bobby Shmurda is burning mad after alleging concert promoters robbed him of money owed to him.

The “Hot N*gga” rapper went on a heated rant on IG.

“Yo, whoever got a contract with me…if you don’t have my signature on that paper, sue the sh-t out of them,” he said. “I ain’t getting no money for it. I ain’t doing no more shows. If you don’t have a f-cking contract with me…. don’t. Them n-ggas robbing you just like they robbed me.”

He continued to vent his frustrations in several more IG posts.

“N-ggas still trying to Zoe me I’m not Witt it no more f-ckk out hea im not Witt it f-ck dis yall going make me go to jail nd I got bail put away,”

“Nah idgaf I’m doing all theses show not getting ma money dey got me doing sh-t every f-cking day so its hard to keep up Witt dis sh-t den I ain’t got nobody to trust ain’t no help in dis b-tch I’m ready to go back to da trap be4 jail #RNS dats how I feel foh

“see yall let dat smile fool yall I done did dis sh-t fa $30 on mommy n-gga. #Idgaf #HotN*gga #OmMaBully word to shyste,” the captions on his posts read.

Bobby Shmurda previously had to separate himself from snakes after a reported $20,000 went missing from his account.

The misappropriation of funds has caused problems with Bobby’s scheduled shows. Bobby took to IG to issue an apology to fans.

“Sorry to all fans and promoters that booked me we having management issues I give you my deepest apology please if you booked with me before please contact the email in my bio and let them know who yo sent money to I am putting together a new management and will resolve things shortly I’m sorry and I love you all,” he wrote on IG.

Bobby says his old management team has been fired.

“There’s over 20 bands missing from my account,” he said.

The “Hot N*gga” rapper promised fans all shows would be rescheduled.

Bobby Shmurda made Hip Hop news in mid-July after signing a recording contract with Epic Records.

Bobby revealed his deal was in the seven-figure range during an interview with radio personality Jenny Boom Boom.

Bobby was at first hesitant about revealing the worth of his contract.

“Players don’t talk about their pockets,” he said. “They gave me enough to get up out the hood.

“…It was over a mil,” he finally admitted.

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