Bobby Shmurda has had a slew of bad luck. After his court date got pushed back to May, the "Hot N----" rapper said he's being "targeted" by police, the prosecutor and the Manhattan judges.

"Really, I’m allowed to say everything [so] right now I want everybody to know that I’m being targeted by police, the prosecutor, I’m being targeted by Manhattan judges, everything," he said in a phone interview with Revolt. "It’s a bunch of injustice going on with my case. Like right now, we’re putting in motions I got several laws pertaining to my case, during my whole incarceration."

The young rhymer continued to say that there are many holes in his case.

"They violating my constitutional rights, my civil rights, everything. I’m not even supposed to be in Manhattan right now, I want everybody to know that. All of this is claims. I got a narcotics D.A. and there’s no drugs caught in this case. There’s no drugs, no kingpin charges, nothing," he said.

Shmurda, who was arrested after lines in his hit song, "Hot N----" were traced to real crimes, noted the connection.

"I feel like what they’re doing right now is what they do to a lot of people when they don’t have no case on them… I was targeted because of my rap music. It’s crazy," he said.

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