Since being arrested and charged with multiple murder and drug charges, young rap-newcomer Bobby Shmurda has had a lot of time to rethink his deal with Epic Records. With his bail set at two million dollars, Bobby Shmurda had high hopes that his record label would come to his defense and bail him out so he could get back to his music, but that has not been the case. He shared with The New York Times, ‘When I got locked up, I thought they were going to come for me but they never came.” His summer jam ‘Hot Nigga’ is what got heads turning at Epic and he managed to get a seven-figure, multi-album deal and the label expressed he would have creative freedom in his music and the basic dream nearly every music company sells; they would have his back no matter what. “They told me they were going to help me make myself a star in the business for a decade. I’m going to try my best to go back on the deal,” he said. “If not, I’ll give them their music and bounce.” Clearly, the rap life is not what he thought it would be. We have to see how this one turns out.