Things have not been looking too good for Brooklyn rapper, Bobby Shmurda.
According to The FADER, he was denied bail for the seventh time today from his 2014 arrest.
New York City Judge Abraham Clott ruled that there was “no subjective change” to warrant the request, as The FADER reports.
Alex Spiro, Bobby’s attorney, also told the outlet that the rapper and his family are frustrated and are questioning as of why Bobby isn’t being helped.
The 21-year-old rapper faces various charges including conspiracy to commit murder, in addition to charges for allegedly smuggling a homemade knife into jail. If convicted, the recording artist could spend up to 25 years in jail.
Shmurda has another tentative court date for February 22nd.
Stay tuned, as the story continues to develop.