Kodak Black knows how to create hits but one huge obstacle that’s in the way of those in recent memory is staying out of trouble. After serving seven months in jail for grand theft of firearm, possession of marijuana, and neglecting a child, Kodak is ready to take over the streets with some more hot records. He went straight to his mom’s house and then the studio after being released last night.
Kodak was released from Broward County Jail a little bit past midnight. Luckily, five of seven charges were dropped. A year sentence was in place prior to that.
Bradford Cohen, Kodak’s lawyer, said to Pitchfork in July that he felt that the prosecutor was fair and helpful in regards to the shortened sentence which could’ve been longer.
“All I can say is, I work very hard to try and give all of my clients a second chance. We were lucky that the matter concerning Kodak was resolved in a way we felt was extremely fair by the prosecutor handling the matter. He looks forward to getting out and creating new music and spreading his charity work.”
Prior to his incarceration, Kodak was riding the wave of his recent hit single, ‘Roll In Peace‘ featuring the late rapper XXXTentacion. Flip the pages for Miami WPLG Local 10 news video of Kodak being released along with reactions from Twitter.