Kodak Black just entered his official plea in court after being locked up for over a month.
The rapper appeared in Broward County court Tuesday morning and entered a "not guilty" plea for the two current charges against him, possession of cannabis and possession of ammunition.
As we previously reported, his attorney Bradford Cohen is arguing that there is no way to prove that the weed and ammo from an Instagram Live video can be determined to be authentic, and the charges should be dropped. They've already successfully had some of the charges against Kodak dismissed, including the child endangerment related to his son.
Kodak still remains behind bars, but his legal team is still confident they will come out ahead when all is said and done.