Kodak Black Convicted In The Case Of The Weapons

HipHop News Posted on November 13, 2019 at 3:12am

Kodak Black Convicted In The Case Of The Weapons

Judge Moreno said he's been "doing stupid things" since I was 15 years old.

Miami, FL – Kodak Black was sentenced to three years and eight months in federal prison on Wednesday (November 13), much lower than the 10-year maximum he was facing.

According to the Miami Herald, federal Judge Federico Moreno sentenced the Pompano Beach native for lying about his criminal record, while buying or trying to buy six-guns on two different occasions in the Lou, the Police and Security Equipment in Hialeah..centered-ad {

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"Young people do stupid things," Moreno told Kodak. "But the problem is that you have been doing stupid things since you were 15."

The talk about Moreno before the sentencing, Kodak apologized, "sorry for the actions that led me to where I am standing. I do take full responsibility for my mistakes."

During the hearing, the prosecution confirmed that Kodak was involved in a violent prison fight, although it was not a factor in the judge's ruling.

"Kapri is displayed disruptive behavior," As


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