Bobby Shmurda will have to spend a little more time more time behind bars.
The “Hot Nigga” rapper’s trial was pushed back to September 12, according to XXL. He was initially scheduled to move forward in his case Wednesday (May 11), but because of a request from Shmurda’s lawyer, Judge Abraham Clott agreed to delay the proceedings.
Shmurda and other members of the GS9 crew were arrested in December 2014 on weapons and murder charges. He is being held on $2 million bail and he has been denied release multiple times. He has said that he is working on movie scripts to keep himself occupied while behind bars at Westchester County Correction center.
Last month, two of the members were convicted of murder for the slaying of a 19-year-old rival gang member.