11:42 AM PT — According to the plea gathered by TMZ, prosecutors say they will insist that the sentence be lighter than the maximum because Kodak was cooperative. According to TMZ, Kodak pleaded guilty earlier this month. Rapper “ZEZE” initially pleaded not guilty to lying about a federal gun application, but when he appeared in court on August 22, he changed his plea. On March 11, 2020, Kodak Black pleaded guilty to possession of a weapon that he had charged with a Glock after his arrest at the Canada-U.S. border. With the conviction scheduled for March 24, the court is considering between 2 and 7 years in prison, which will take place at the same time as his 46-month conviction for lying on federal papers.  However, after the plea, prosecutors will insist that the sentence be lighter because Kodak cooperated. Kodak Black was arrested in January 2018 at his home in Pembroke Pines, Florida, on several charges, dating back to a video of the live Instagram feed showing him handing over marijuana and a gun around a young child. He was initially charged with seven counts, including child neglect, theft of a firearm, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and possession of marijuana.  On February 22, 2018, he was dropped three counts against Kodak Black and he pleaded not guilty.  On April 17, he pleaded not guilty to the remaining charges, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and possession of marijuana and was sentenced to 364 days in prison with a prison term.
It was published on August 18, 2018. In August 2016, he appeared in court in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Several Atlantic Records executives participated in the court; Vice President Michael Kushner commented, “Black has a bright future as a host artist.”  Kodak Black did not contest all of the charges and was required to be placed under house arrest as part of a one-year plea, five years of probation, perform community service as required and attend anger management courses. He would also be allowed to travel internationally.   Prior to his release from broward Main Jail, police discovered two pending arrest warrants, the first from Florence, South Carolina, who charged st.