*Bobby Shmurda wants his shmoney!
He claims his record executive uncles stole $20,000 from him, which is causing him to remain behind bars, according to Bossip.
Brothers Debo and Calvin Wilson, the co-owners of Hard Tymes Records, said their nephew used Instagram to accuse them of stealing money, which they’ve allegedly proven they didn’t do.
“We just want to make sure he’s alright; that he’s safe,” Calvin Wilson said. “We’re his family, and we’d never turn our backs against him.”
The uncles said they bailed him out the last time. They wanted to do the same thing again — this time to let bygones be bygones. Shmurda declined the offer.
Calvin wanted to visit him last week at Rikers Island, but Shmurda refused to see him. But the brothers claim their innocence from any wrongdoing towards their nephew.
According to them, the record label helped negotiate Shmurda’s $2.5 million record contract and spent $80,000 to get “Hot Ni**a” on the radio.
“We always had his back,” Wilson added. “We showed him love. We tried to show him the ins and outs of the game.”
Shmurda is still signed under Hard Tymes Records, but they didn’t like Shmurda’s shade on social media.
“If he felt that the money was taken, he could’ve come to us,” Calvin said. “To tell the world, you’re tarnishing the record label’s name. People don’t want nothing to do with you when they see stuff like hat, so it’s not fair.”
Shmurda is being held on Rikers Island on $2 million bail after the feds busted him last month with felony conspiracy, gun and drug charges.
Shmurda’s lawyer, Howard Greenberg, said he wasn’t aware of the uncles and his mother trying to help get his client off of Rikers Island.
“I have no knowledge that they’re in the picture insofar as helping him make bail,” Greenberg said. “My focus is on defending the brothers [Shmurda and his brother Javase Pollard], and that’s like a laser. God bless anyone trying to help, acting in good faith.”