Kodak Black Is Out Of Jail

HipHop News Posted on June 5, 2017 at 2:35am

Kodak Black Is Out Of Jail

After the completion of 30 days of the life skills course, Kodak is a "free" man.

Things are improving for the "Tunnel Vision", the rapper Kodak Black, who was released from the Broward County Jail on Monday morning. Kodak appeared on Instagram Live, ride in a Rolls Royce and shock Playboi Carti's smash banger "Magnolia."

#kodakblack free and bumps of "magnolia" by #playboicarti during a cruise in the Rolls Royce

A post shared by DJ Akademiks (@akadmiks) on June 5, 2017, at 7:08 am PDT

Another video showed him vibing to Lauryn Hill "Ex Factor."

Welcome Home @KodakBlack1k 🙏 pic.twitter.com/2wshxXBo7o

— Glove Dirty Bastard (@DGBastard) June 5, 2017

The 19-year-old MC will be on house arrest for a further year and will have to ask your probation officer and the court for permission to travel for work, reports TMZ.

Kodak had been in prison since the month of May after being found guilty on five of the six charges of violating the terms of her house arrest. This stemmed from his failure to complete court-ordered anger management program, as well as hitting a Miami-Dade strip club and a boxing match in Ohio, without the proper authorization.

As part of an agreement, the judge of the court he, Kodak only needs to complete the 30 days of the life skills courses for the taste of freedom once more.

This came after a long list of legal-of the setbacks have been frustrating, both for your team and fans. Of the drugs and the theft of the battery and the deprivation of liberty, Kodak has spent his time locked up since the rise of the prominence of a couple of years ago.

His latest legal trouble — and the overall instability — which led to him being expelled from Future No one is safe Tour, replaced by a$AP Ferg.

For now, he is at home — and it is expected to focus on how to stay out of problems and the promotion of his debut album, Painted, which peaked at number three on the Billboard 200.

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