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You can’t accuse Bobby Shmurda of not being persistent. The “Hot Ni–a” rapper appeared in court yesterday to make his case for bail for the seventh time since his December 2014 arrest on weapons and murder charges and reasoned with presiding judge Abraham Clott that his bail was too high. Shmurda’s attorney, Alex Spiro, argued that…

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Beleaguered rapper Bobby Shrumda’s latest attempt at freedom has been denied. The “Hot N—a” rapper, who has been in jail since being arrested on numerous charges last December, was denied bail by a Manhattan judge for the fifth time late last week. Judge James Buke denied the motion for bail put forth by the 21…

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