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Bobby Shmurda Had His First Hearing Since His Arrest

He pleaded not guilty to all charges.

Following his arrest in December on an array of charges, Bobby Shmurda appeared in a Manhattan court on Thursday and pleaded not guilty to all charges.

In a hearing that lasted three-and-a-half hours, Bobby, Rowdy Rebel and 13 other members of their GS9 crew pleaded not guilty to all charges, according to XXL. The site is also reporting that in addition to the 69 total charges that the 15 defendants were facing, 32 new charges were brought on Thursday.

The Brooklyn native's bail was set at $2 million, which was deemed "extremely unfair" by his lawyer, Kenneth Montgomery; Montgomery recently took over for Howard Greenberg, who had previously been handling his case. Rowdy Rebel's bail was also set at $2 million.

The "Hot N---a" rapper was charged with conspiracy to commit murder in the second degree, one count of criminally using drug paraphernalia. In addition, there was a gun charge that was reportedly dropped, but then said to be added to a Special Narcotics indictment against the 20-year-old.

Shmurda is next set to appear in court on April 22.