Pooh Shiesty is facing 20 years each for conspiracy to possess firearms in furtherance of violent crime and for Hobbs Act robbery conspiracy as a result of sneaker and drug deal gone bad.
Earlier this week, one of Pooh's two co-defendants switched his plea from not guilty to guilty.
Yesterday, Pooh -- who was set for federal trial next week -- did the same.
Pooh's lawyer Bradford Cohen, who's worked wonders for Kodak Back, explained why.
“We’ve entered into plea negotiations because there have been developments in the case that I think changed the dynamics of the case,” Cohen revealed.
Wo don't know what those developments are.
What we do know is the Feds say that Pooh was involved in a Bar Harbour, Florida hotel parking lot supercar shootout after the drug and sneakers deal went left and is accused of shooting a man in the buttocks with a Draco.
The Feds have the gunfight on video and have also tied by serial number the money used in the deal -- which fell out of Pooh's rented Maybach as he fled the scene -- to money Pooh had posted on social media.