Twenty-year-old East Flatbush rapper Ackquille Pollard, a.k.a. Bobby Shmurda, has been accused of asking his girlfriend to smuggle a "home-made" knife into Rikers for him in her bra on Tuesday, according to the Bronx DA.

Pollard, who's best known for his viral Shmoney Dance, has been on Rikers since December on a staggering $2 million bail, facing charges of weapons and drugs possession, and conspiracy to commit murder and assault. A recent profile of the rapper in New York Magazine describes how, a week before last Christmas, police stormed Quad Studios in Manhattan with machine guns, where Pollard was recording, and arrested Pollard along with 12 others—members of his crew, which goes by GS9. The NYPD has had an eye on Shmurda and his friends for the past several years, arresting them variously on gun and drug charges.

On Tuesday, Pollard allegedly received a "sharp metal object" from his girlfriend, 18-year-old Kimberly Rosseau, who has been charged separately in the incident for "reaching under her bra for the purportedly home-made knife and handing it to Pollard." The News reports that a guard allegedly saw her taking a latex balloon wrapped in electrical tape out of her bra and handing it over to Pollard.

Rousseau pled not guilty to promoting prison contraband and criminal possession of a weapon on Wednesday. Her next hearing is scheduled for August.

Pollard, who was charged with promoting prison contraband, criminal possession of a weapon, and 6 counts of perjury, pled not guilty before Justice George Villegas yesterday, and will return to court in October. If convicted, he could face seven years in prison.

New York Magazine points out that Pollard's $2 million bail is about 10 times the bail that's normally associated with such charges. Retired cop Derrick Parker, known in his heyday as the "hip-hop cop," told the magazine, "The NYPD sees rap groups as gangs committing crimes, and they see the rapper as someone who has money and public influence."