Though Bobby Shmurda is currently serving his seven-year sentence for conspiracy involving charges for murder, drugs and gun possession among others, it looks like he’ll have some added marks on his record.
The “Hot Nigga” rapper, born Ackquille Pollard, is now paying a price for taking a homemade knife made by his girlfriend during a visit with a possible addition of four more years, as he was sentenced today (April 7), NBC New York reports.
Ever since releasing his debut album, “My World 2.0,” in 2010, Bieber has build a fan base, known as “Beliebers,” and say they’ve caught a case of “Bieber Fever.” He is known for such hits as “Baby,” “Sorry,” “Love Yourself,” “What Do You Mean?
,” and “Boyfriend.” In 2011, the singer’s documentary “Never Say Never” hit theaters with resounding success at the box office.
The Hills focuses on the lives of Kristin Cavallari, Audrina Patridge, Lo Bosworth, Heidi Montag, and Stephanie Pratt.
Montag’s superior was Hollywood nightlife mogul Brent Bolthouse.report claiming the kitchen stars are dating now that Flay is divorcing his wife Stephanie March after a decade. De Laurentiis herself recently left a marriage, and claims “it’s on! The magazine points out, “[Flay] and Giada have more than nasty divorces in common.” The source says, “They have great chemistry. Now they’re free to pursue a relationship,” explains a source for the outlet. The recipient, of course, was Lauren Conrad, then a wide-eyed twentysomething who had recently fled the Laguna Beach, Calif., bubble where she was raised—and prominently featured on MTV’s On May 31, 2006—10 years ago this month—The Hills premiered, attracting millions of viewers each week with its tear-filled cat fights and epic disses (“He’s a sucky person! For those who harbored dreams of working at a glossy magazine, it also offered a rare inside look at an industry that was once closely guarded from the public, years before apps like Instagram and Snapchat came along and democratized everything.The show revolved around Conrad, the Carrie Bradshaw-esque central character, and her life in the City of Angels as a part-time student at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM), intern at Teen Vogue and, later, PR firm People’s Revolution.