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Kodak Black Pleads Guilty in Federal Gun Case

TMZ.com Thursday, 22 August 2019
Kodak Black just did an about-face and cut a deal in his federal firearms case. The rapper was in court Thursday for a change of plea hearing where he told the judge he was now pleading guilty ... after initially pleading not guilty to lying on…
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Kodak Black Pleads Guilty to Federal Charges. According to a recent report by the Associated Press, Kodak Black has changed his plea to guilty in a Miami federal court. . TMZ reports that the change is due to a plea agreement that offers a lighter sentencing in exchange for Kodak’s cooperation....

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