Rapper Bobby Shmurda was arrested in December of 2014 outside Manhattans Quad Recording Studios. Shmurda was accused of leading Crips-offshoot street gang. He was sentenced to seven years in prison in September of 2016 when he pleaded guilty to 4th degree conspiracy to criminally possess a weapon and 2nd degree criminal weapons possession. Shmurda produced a club anthem and ruled the game in 2014 with his “Hot N----” beat. His loss to our society and rap industry has been absolutely devastating. His aggressive flow and hard delivery is something we all loved. He truly was an inspiration to all ages.
U.S. citizens dearly miss our beloved Bobby Shmurda, and are now calling full support for a nationwide walkout in schools. Students are scheduled to walkout April 13th at 2:15 pm. Leading our school walk out at will be country bluegrass lover and National Honor Society president: Hunter Burdette.
“His music makes me feel things no other artist has ever before,” president Burdette said.
We sincerely ask you to participate in what might be the greatest youth-empowered movement in our generation. This individual holds great power behind his lyrical rhymes, and is a must have for our society.
“His words provide more intellectual content than all of my years of schooling combined, all classes of mine will be cancelled the day of the walk out,” words from the ruler of our high school, Barbara Heckert.