Jeezy has pleaded not guilty to illegal gun charges, relating to an incident on August 24 in Mountain View, California. At the time, local police found an AK-47 on Jeezy’s tour bus after a concert during Wiz Khalifa’s “Under the Influence of Music” tour, which Jeezy co-headlines.

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The tour bus was searched by police after a search warrant was issued following the death of a 38-year-old man, who was shot backstage at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California. Along with five members of his entourage, Jeezy pleaded not guilty to charges of illegal gun possession. Two of the members, Peter Arthur Maynard and Kena Jermaine Marshall, were hit with additional felony counts: Being felons in possession of a separate firearm and for felons in possession of ammunition.

Miss Info TV has learned that the six men, including Jeezy, have been released on Thursday evening, after posting bail of $1 million.

A pre-heading trial has been scheduled for September 5, just three days after Jeezy’s new album Seen It All hits stores.

UPDATE: XXL adds Jeezy will release a statement in the next few days.

Previously: Jeezy Arrested on Gun Charge