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During a Jan. 11 court date, Bobby Shmurda’s lawyer Alex Spiro requested records from the Special Narcotics Prosecutors’ office, indicating that two of the lead detectives on the case had “credibility issues,” which included accusations of planting evidence, false arrests, and 4th Amendment violations over the past two years in other cases. In an interview with Revolt TV a month later, Bobby suggests he was “targeted because of my rap music.” On May 2, 2016, Bobby Shmurda’s sued the NYPD for false arrest on gun and drug charges from a separate 2014 incident. The suit detailed an incident that occurred on June 3, 2014 when Bobby was arrested at a friend’s apartment in Brooklyn. Police claimed he tried to hide a handgun inside a couch when they raided the residence, but officers failed to recover any gun or drug paraphernalia. The suit claimed the officers were chanting the lyrics to his song during his arrest. The charges were eventually dismissed, but as a result of the arrest, Bobby claims he suffered permanent “nervous shock and mental anguish.”