Kodak Black pleads guilty in federal gun case


Kodak Black pleaded guilty Thursday in his federal weapons case.

Back in May, Kodak was charged with—among other things—falsifying information on federal forms in connection with the purchase of three firearms.

That same month, Kodak was said by a U.S. District Court judge to be a “danger to the community’ and was thus ordered to be detained until trial.

Kodak initially said he was innocent, though he entered a guilty plea during a hearing in Miami court Thursday.

Sentencing is set for November 13.

This case is seperate from other drug, weapons, and sexual assault charges the 22-year-old is facing in other states.