Kodak Black has pleaded guilty to a gun charge in Niagara County court, and he's facing between two to seven years behind bars. ABC 7 WKBW Buffalo reports that the rapper pleaded guilty to attempted second-degree criminal possession of a weapon. The time he's facing will be served concurrent to his federal gun possession sentence, for which he received 46 months behind bars.
If he is to receive a five-year sentence for the new charge, he would finish the four years he's currently doing and then one year in prison in Niagara County. He entered the guilty plea on Thursday, and he is currently set to be sentenced on Mar. 24. If he doesn't do more time than he's currently sentenced to, he will be released in or around August 2022.
Kodak was sentenced to serve time in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, back in November, receiving a significantly shorter sentence than the possible ten years he faced. These charges are connected to his May 2019 arrest, which took place just before he was scheduled to perform at Rolling Loud Miami. He pleaded guilty to falsifying documents in order to illegally purchase firearms in August 19. The new charge, however, stems from an arrest in April 2019, during which a search of the vehicle he was riding in resulted in the discovery of four handguns, a loaded magazine, and a small amount of marijuana.
Following his court appearance, Kodak shared a letter he had written from jail. He touched on the treatment he's received while behind bars and gave some shout-outs to those who've shown their support throughout his incarceration.