Kodak appeared Wednesday in Miami before U.S. Magistrate Judge Edwin Torres to plead not guilty to federal weapons charges after his arrest last weekend at the Rolling Loud Festival.
The rapper was allowed to use a $600,000 home as collateral to secure his release on a $500,000 bond with house arrest.
However, he’s also out on bail in South Carolina where he has an open criminal case for sexual assault, and Kodak’s legal team expects the arrest in Miami to trigger a revocation in South Carolina.
Kodak is accused of falsely filling out federal forms to purchase multiple weapons, including a 9mm handgun, a .380-caliber handgun and a semiautomatic Mini Draco pistol.
Kodak did not speak during the court appearance, but his attorney Bradford Cohen was asked how he plans on handling all the open criminal cases, including the arrest at the U.S. – Canadian border a few weeks back.
Cohen told the judge, “A great general once said, ‘How is your army of 1000 men going to take on an army 10 times the size?’ And he replied, ‘One at a time.'”