New York rapper Rowdy Rebel is enjoying having friends in high places. After his release from prison this week after spending years behind bars, he’s received an iced-out gift from his slime.
Young Thug Blesses Rowdy Rebel
Rowdy took to his Instagram to show off what Young Thug gave him. He went on social media with a video of his newest iced out chain, which has him dripping harder than ever in all sorts of diamond and gold.
“Wipe ya nose🤧🤮 @thuggerthugger1 Said No kizzy💯 appreciate you Slat Love Forever bro ❤️💙 #STILLFREEGS9”
Rowdy Rebel Crowns Himself
RR knows his worth. Since being released from prison this week, he’s already crowned himself the King of the Big Apple. Rowdy Rebel took to the streets to crown himself the king of New York. He stoop atop a car and let it be known that he runs the city.
“Rowdy Rebel announces that the King of New York is back!”
Funk Flex’s Working W/ Rowdy Rebel
New York radio personality Funk Flex is jumping at a huge opportunity. The hip-hop veteran has announced he’s working on new music with the local rap heavyweight following his publicized prison release. The Big Apple native went to his Instagram page to break the huge news. Flex shared a snapshot of himself and Rowdy having a FaceTime session together.
“OK! ITS OFFICIAL! @FUNKFLEX X @ROWDYREBEL IS OFFICIALLY ON MY ALBUM! We recording for the next 3 days! WE GONNA SHUT THE CITY DOWN!!!! WE PUTTING TRACK TOGETHER TONIGHT!!! I appreciate everyone that helped make it happen! @bean_ishhh x @frenchmontana x @ceoslow x @fettylucianogs9 x @travmbb !!!!!” -Funk Flex’s Instagram
Since his publicized release, Rowdy has confirmed a mighty return home on social media.
“ROWDY HOME S/O @ericdajeweler #freebobby #freegs9”
The Big Prison Release
Rebel spent nearly five years behind bars. However, he finally tasted freedom this week after getting released from Collins Correctional Facility.
The Brooklyn rapper had been incarcerated since 2016 when he agreed to plead guilty to one count of third-degree conspiracy and one count of weapons possession. He’ll be under community supervision until December 15, 2025 at the latest. Rowdy Rebel burst onto the scene as part of Bobby Shmurda’s GS9 collective. The group broke out in 2014 with “Shmoney Dance” and “Hot N—a.” Rowdy Rebel and Bobby Shmurda signed deals with Epic Records, who released the rappers’ collaborative “Computers.” In December 2014, the rappers and other GS9 members were arrested and accused of operating a violent street gang. (Pitchfork)