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Bobby Shmurda and gs9 crew arrested on drugs, murders and gun charges A Brooklyn rapper and 14 members of his entourage were arrested Wednesday morning in possession of some serious firepower after leaving a Manhattan recording studio, officials said. Bobby Shmurda, 19, was netted in a sting centered around the Quad Recording Studio in Times Square on a sealed indictment, said Kati Cornell, a spokeswoman for the Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor. The investigation involved violent incidents in Brooklyn that include shootings and narcotics traffic, she said. Other members of his group, GS9, were also arrested. Cops were hunting for two more people, including a parole violator, police said. Brooklyn rapper Bobby Shmurda is seen at the 71st Precinct in Brooklyn on Wednesday. ANDREW LAMBERSON FOR NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Brooklyn rapper Bobby Shmurda is seen at the 71st Precinct in Brooklyn on Wednesday. Record producer Sha Money XL, who signed Shmurda, was among those arrested. An unidentified man who answered the phone at the studio said he couldn't comment. Born Ackquille Pollard, Shmurda has been in hot water before. He was busted on a felony weapons charge in June and on a misdemeanor charge of pot possession in August. Brooklyn rapper Bobby Shmurda is seen at the 71st Precinct in Brooklyn on Wednesday.Brooklyn rapper Bobby Shmurda is seen at the 71st Precinct in Brooklyn on Wednesday.PreviousNextBrooklyn rapper Bobby Shmurda, center, at the 71st Precinct in Brooklyn on Wednesday, December 17, 2014. (Andrew Lamberson for New York Daily News) Still from Bobby Shmurda's video, "Hot N*gga". Credit - YouTube Still from Bobby Shmurda's video, "Hot N*gga". Credit - YouTube Still from Bobby Shmurda's video, "Hot N*gga". Credit - YouTube Enlarge ANDREW LAMBERSON FOR NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Shmurda is known for creating popular hip hop Shmoney Dance. A law enforcement source said Shmurda was stopped in a car in Brooklyn after leaving the studio famous for being the site of the 1994 nonfatal shooting of rapper 2Pac. A total of 16 weapons were confiscated during the raid, a law enforcement source said.