Bobby Shmurda was hoping for a reduction in his $2 million bond during his court hearing Tuesday. A judge, however, shut down Bobby’s hopes.
Judge Clott told the court that he sees “no substantive change” in Shmurda and is “satisfied that the case is extraordinarily serious,” according to The Fader.
Bobby’s attorney, Alex Spiro, believes the $2 million bail is set too high given that GS9 rapper’s net worth was falsely estimated at $20 million, according to TMZ. Spiro states his net worth hovers around $427,000 and that his bail should be set in the $50-100,000 range.
Bobby, born Ackquille Pollard, has been in jail since his December 2014 arrest after he was nabbed on drugs and weapons charges.
Bobby is due back in court on Feb. 22 to face charges that his girlfriend tried to sneak a shank into prison.