#kodakblack is facing up to eight years in prison after entering a guilty plea Thursday morning, three months after pleading not guilty when he was hit with federal #weapons charges in May. The #florida#rapper was accused of falsifying information on federal forms to purchase guns, according to the Associated Press. Law enforcement said Kodak wrote on the application form that he doesn’t currently have any serious criminal cases pending against him, when in fact he does. A federal judge in a #miami courtroom denied his request for bond based on his criminal history, and deemed him a danger to the community. . FOLLOW 👉🏼@overstatetv 🎯for more 🔌🤳. TAG your friends to join the gang 🤟.