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Bobby Shmurda teased the ladies with a shirtless photo on his first day after being released from a NY prison after serving six years on gang charges.

In the photo shared on Instagram, Shmurda stripped down to a pair of black Ralph Lauren boxer briefs while admiring himself in a mirror.

The one-hit wonder has been on a whirlwind tour since Migos rapper Quavo sent a private jet to pick him up and bring him to Atlanta.

The New York rapper spent time with his goddaughters, hung out with Rowdy Rebel and Quavo, and dropped $100,000 on a diamond chain and bracelet at Icebox jewelry store in Buckhead.

In an interview with GQ's Frazier Tharpe, Shmurda said he is still getting acclimated to life outside prison walls.

"How long I got in the shower?" he asked his friends -- apparently unaware that his showers are no longer timed.

"My spirit's always gon' be up. I used to sleep next to people who had 40 to life," he told Tharpe. "People who've been in there for 30 years and haven't laughed -- I'd have them crying all day. When you got good energy, no matter where you at, you can bring a smile to someone's face."

Shmurda said he Was treated well in jail thanks to his celebrity status. But he still had to get a job to earn perks.

"Even though I'm locked up all the time, I still live good in jail," he said. "Since [age] 12. You get the best treatment in jail when you get a job. Wanna shower five times a week instead of three? Get a job. Eat better? Get a job. More phone time? Get a job. But they kept firing my ass when they realized I was just doing it to stay on the phone."
 

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Rapper Bobby Shmurda is a free man. The "Hot N*gga" rap star was released from prison on Tuesday, Feb. 23, after serving six years on weapons possession charges.

The 26-year-old Miami native, real name Acquille Pollard, will serve 5 years probation on felony criminal weapons possession and conspiracy to murder.

Shmurda's fans see his release as symbolic of criminal justice reform. Particularly during Black History Month.

Shmurda was under investigation by the feds who claimed he is the ringleader of a violent street gang called "GS9" that was responsible for murders and drug trafficking in the Brooklyn area.

He gained overnight fame as an independent artist when he dropped "Hot N*gga" on YouTube in 2014. His signature "Shmoney dance" inspired dozens of Vine videos, and was included on Beyonce and Jay Z's On the Run Tour.
 

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Jailed rapper Bobby Shmurda was the picture of stylish excess when he attended another bond hearing in a Manhattan courtroom on Tuesday, Jan. 19.

Shmurda, whose real name is Ackquille Jean Pollard, was denied a request to lower his $2 million bail by a judge in Manhattan Supreme Court.

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