Kodak Black is a free man after serving 7 months in Florida’s Broward County jail.
He was all smiles as he was seen greeting two males who met him on the jail proper after he was sprung from jail. His first cease after leaving jail was going to his mom’s home to see his son, Native10.com reported.
The 21-year-old rapper, who legally modified his identify to Invoice Ok. Kapri earlier this 12 months, was arrested in January on costs together with grand theft of a firearm, possession of a weapon or ammo by a felon, possession of marijuana and neglecting a toddler.
Kodak’s arrest, which resulted in two probation violation costs, got here after he filmed himself on Instagram Reside whereas having marijuana close to his son whereas on home arrest.
The kid neglect and grand theft of firearm arm costs had been later dropped, and Kodak pled “not responsible” to the marijuana possession and felony firearm possession costs.
Kodak was initially going through 12 years behind bars, however after these costs had been dropped, he was scheduled to be launched in October, and luckily for him, the decide trimmed a while from his sentence much more final month.
“All I can say is, I work very onerous to attempt to give all of my purchasers a second likelihood,” Kodak’s legal professional Bradford Cohen informed Pitchfork in July concerning the shortened sentence. “We had been fortunate that the matter regarding […] Kodak was resolved in a approach we felt was extraordinarily honest by the prosecutor dealing with the matter. He appears ahead to getting out and creating new music and spreading his charity work.”
Kodak modified his authorized identify from Dieuson Octave to Invoice Ok. Kapri again in Could in order that he may have a “recent begin,” his legal professional Bradford Cohen stated. Whereas in jail, he took steps to raised his life, together with getting his GED and taking parenting courses.
Together with his January arrest, Kodak Black has been arrested at the least 5 instances since 2015. He nonetheless has a pending sexual assault case in South Carolina.