Bobby Shmurda has been going through a roller coaster ride in his legal case since his Dec. 17 arrest. However, there may be a silver lining in all of this.

According to Bossip, the ‘Hot N----’ rapper could be out on bail next week. Ira Judelson, a bail bondsman, is working to get Shmurda, born Ackquille Pollard, and his brother, Jahvas, out of Rikers Island. The two have been in protective custody for the past month. He claims that he will put up the Brooklyn native's $2 million bail.

Judelson, known as the bail bondsman to the stars, has been a savior in helping high-profile celebrities get out of bond. His previous clients include Ja Rule, Lawrence Taylor and Plaxico Burress.

“At the end of the day, I’m their bank. I’m the one who is going to be putting up the money to secure their appearance in court,” he said. “Bobby is relying on me to put up the $2 million to get him out the door, get him back to his family and get his music career back on track.”

As we previously reported, Shmurda and Jahvas pleaded not guilty to various conspiracy, weapon and narcotics charges. Meanwhile, fellow rapper Rowdy Rebel also pleaded not guilty to attempted murder, attempted assault, reckless endangerment, criminal possession of a weapon and conspiracy. In addition, other GS9 members pleaded not guilty to slew of charges stemming from various alleged shootings in the city.

Shmurda’s attorney, Kenneth Montgomery, is eager to get the Brooklyn rapper out of custody so he can properly defend him. “We’re hopefully going to post bail for this young man, and move forward, and litigate this case,” he said.

Hopefully, Shmurda can get out and try to repair his fractured rap career and prepare for his defense. This is going to be the biggest fight he’s ever had in his life.

We wish him the best of luck.

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