Bobby's mom, Leslie Pollard says once Bobby's released from prison he'll enjoy an intimate dinner with his family. Leslie says she's counting down the hours until her son's release. Bobby's also excited, to say the least.
After dinner, we're told Bobby -- who's been locked up since 2014 -- wants to keep it chill. Nothing crazy. He wants to get back to his passion, which of course is music. Leslie tells us he'll devote most, if not all, of his time to creating music again.
Bobby will definitely carve out some time for a very important person ... his parole officer. We're told he'll be checking in regularly, because he has to.
As we reported ... the rapper’s conditional release date was bumped up to February 23 ...a full 10 months early. Not bad ... considering he had some problems during his prison stint.
Bobby will be on parole until 2026.
Rowdy touched on Shmurda’s release during a recent interview with Hot 97’s TT Torrez. The host said she’s received word that Shmurda would be coming home soon, and asked if Rowdy would be willing to share the stage with Shmurda at Summer Jam 2021.
“We definitely gon’ show up to Summer Jam,” Rowdy responded (28:45). “I normally wouldn’t speak on my brother’s behalf, but I know my brother ain’t gonna miss Summer Jam … Some things are just mandatory, and Summer Jam is mandatory.”
Rowdy also discussed his loyalty to Shmurda, who agreed to serve more time behind bars to shorten Rowdy’s recommended sentence. Rowdy was released back in December.
“We have the same relationship that every family has … We argue … but the love overpowers everything, right?” Rowdy said. “We’ve been through some things … and we’ve survived those things, so we appreciate it for each other—we're thankful for each other.”
You can watch the full interview up top, where he talks about his recent single “Jesse Owens” with Nav, getting gifted jewelry by Young Thug, and more.