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Bobby Shmurda and hip-hop fans have been awaiting news over his case after being arrested for drug trafficking, along with his GS9 crew, who are currently all in prison for a slew of charges.

According to Billboard, the “Hot Boy” rapper pled not guilty to all of the charges against him earlier today, which includes conspiracy, reckless endangerment, criminal possession of a weapon and criminally using drug paraphernalia.

The 13 members of his crew, including Rowdy Rebel, all pled not guilty to their charges as well.

The site reports:

The indictment then charged Pollard, Marshall and the 13 other defendants with a variety of crimes, including murder, attempted murder, assault, attempted assault, weapons possession, criminal use of a firearm, reckless endangerment, narcotics sales and criminally using drug paraphernalia. Police seized 21 guns during the investigation, 10 of them while making arrests.

During the three and a half hour hearing at Manhattan Supreme Court on Thursday — the first since being arrested — Pollard and Marshall’s $2 million bails were argued as “excessive” and “extremely unfair,” according to XXL. Pollard’s new attorney, Kenneth Montgomery — who took over from Howard Greenberg after the initial indictment — questioned the prosecution’s claim that Shmurda was a leader of the alleged operation, saying, “There’s nothing about a hierarchy about this alleged gang” in the indictment.

Still, the judge refused to reduce bail for all defendants until he delivers his decisions April 22.

We will keep you updated with the latest on Bobby Shmurda and his crew.

SOURCE: Billboard | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty

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