ATLANTA - Atlanta rapper Ralo, 23, has entered a not guilty plea after appearing for his arraignment hearing in federal court and is waiting to hear about a possible bond.

Since his arrests, family and friends have been rallying for him, claiming the artist has been "unfairly targeted".

11Alive was the only station present inside the courtroom during Ralo's, whose given name is Terrell Davis, appearance and we had a chance to speak with his wife.

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Terrell Davis, standing for arraignment, confers with his attorney, Brian Steele. (Sketch by Richard Miller)

"It's all over the news. The kids keep telling him that they've seen his dad on the news. And he keep asking me mom, where's dad? Where's daddy," Missy, Davis' wife, said.

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According to Missy, the arrest and allegations of gang activity and drug trafficking have been hard for the family.

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"The kids love him. My son, he misses him. He just told my dad he's ready for him to come home. My daughter, she keeps asking him about daddy. She love him. Miss him," Missy said.

Davis is awaiting to hear whether or not he will be granted bond, which according to his attorney, it is a possibility."Mr. Davis will now renew his motion for a bond which was filed yesterday," said Brian Stelle, Davis' attorney.

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Federal agents conducted an operation on Wednesday, April 18, at Davis' residence in Atlanta.

Davis was arrested and was facing two federal counts of possessing with intent to distribute marijuana according to a federal affidavit.

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