AceShowbiz - Bobby Shmurda has a lot to say abut his music career. The Brooklyn rapper, who has released a few new songs after getting out from prison, shared with fans an update regarding his project only to delete it later.
Even though Bobby had removed the post from his page, it wasn't quick enough for people to take a screenshot of it. In a picture shared by The Shade Room, the 27-year-old could be seen ranting about not having any control over his music.
"I ain't been in charge of my music since I was 19 years old and I jus turned 27 and honestly idk when s**t dropping so don't ask me s**t go ask them mf's since they wanna control everything!!!!!!!" he wrote in the candid post. The rapper, who had been teasing his next mixtape, added, "Hope that answers all y'all questions."
Fans were showing sympathy upon learning of his post. "Wow that's kinda heartbreaking," someone weighed in on the matter. "Bro that's a looong a** time he was gone," another user opined.
"The music industry is real messy it's a lot of stuff y'all don't be knowing stay smoove tho," one other added. "It's really sad how so many artist get tricked into these contracts. Reading is fundamental and all money ain't good money! They own you and everything you do," someone else wrote.
As Bobby is signed to Epic Records and managed by Roc Nation, it remains to be seen who is to be blamed for his frustration. Back in August, the "No Time for Sleep" rapper said that being constantly on the move was the reason of the lack of music from him. "I'm Bizzy running round needed some time to breathe they had me locked up In the pins doing 23!" he explained at the time.