After the hearing, Billboard reported that the rapper’s mother, Leslie Pollard, was disappointed. “You don’t have any rights in that courtroom,” she said. “It’s heartbreaking. It’s disappointing.”

Meanwhile, Shmurda was originally arrested in on June 3, 2014, after getting busted for carrying a gun, which he claimed was for a rap video. He’s already served 21 months, which means he should be released around 2021.