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Rowdy Rebel’s First Prison Photo Surfaces, Could Be Released In December 2020

Rowdy Rebel is holding his high as he finishes out his prison bid. The GS9 member posted his first photo in prison since he accepted a seven-year plea deal.

Rowdy, born Chad Marshall, was transferred to Ogdensburg Correctional Facility on Dec. 29, 2016.

Rowdy looks to be making good use of his time in prison by hitting the weight bench. A newly released photo shows he got his weight up.

Rowdy accepted a plea deal that carries a seven-year sentence in prison and five years probation. He was given two years credit for time served.

The “Figi Shots” rapper potentially has a little over three years remaining in prison. He is eligible for parole on Dec. 15, 2020.

Rowdy has Bobby to thank for his lenient sentence.

Bobby could’ve taken a five-year deal, but declined.

“I did it for Rowdy. They offered me five and offered Rowdy 12,” Bobby told Complex. “They said the only way they’ll give him seven is if I took seven too. So, you know, I had to take one for the dawgs.”

Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel’s decision to plead guilty for their crimes was in their best interests considering the many years they were facing. Bobby faced 25 years to life on charges of conspiracy, reckless endangerment, criminal possession of a weapon and criminally using drug paraphernalia. Rowdy faced charges of conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, attempted assault, reckless endangerment and criminal possession of a weapon.

A jury was also less likely to show Bobby and Rowdy any mercy like their GS9 counterparts A-Rod, Rasha and Cueno.

A-Rod, whose real name is Alex Crandon, was found guilty of murder and sentenced to 53 1/3 years in prison for conspiracy, murder, attempted murder and other charges.

Rasha, whose real name is Rashid Derissant was sentenced to 98 years on gang-related charges, including conspiracy, murder, attempted murder and assault.

Cueno was sentenced to 117 1/2 to 130 years in prison after being convicted of conspiracy, attempted murder, attempted assault, reckless endangerment, criminal possession of weapon and criminal use of a firearm, XXL Mag reports.

Boderick told Justice Abraham Clott to “suck my d**k” before he was ordered jailed for more than a century, the New York Post reports.

“F*ck yourself,” Boderick said as he demanded to be removed from the courtroom before being handed his sentence.

Broderick was found guilty of his crimes on Friday, Nov. 18.

Santino could’ve been out by 2032, but decided to down a 15-year plea deal during a Sept. 9, 2016 hearing.

“Fifteen? Dang. My life is over,” he can be overheard telling his attorney Kevin Canfield, according to The New York Daily News.

Broderick’s attorney asked him, “You want 80 or you want 15?”

Santino, known as “Cueno,” is accused of shooting at members of the rival Folks Nation gang in July 2014.

Rowdy Rebel was sick after learning his GS9 day-one Santino Boderick was sentenced to more than 100 years in prison. Rowdy is claiming a female is responsible for Cueno’s lengthy sentence, saying she took the stand against him.

“Free my n***a Cueno, man. Free Rasha, free A-Rod,” Rowdy said in a phone call from prison. “I’m just doing this little joint right here, making sure everybody f*****g with Vanich know she’s a f*****g rat. Whoever’s f*****g with Vanich, I’m not condoning y’all. You a f******g rat in my eyes too. She gave the boy 117 years of his life. She standing there posting s**t like everything all f*****g groovy. She got no f*****g heart. She’s a cold-hearted Pakistanian s--- who would f**k for a buck. She got my f*****g [music] right now. She got my IG password.”

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