After being arrested on seven charges — grand theft of a firearm, two felony weapon possession charges (one for the gun, one for the ammunition), a marijuana possession charge, a child neglect charge and two probation violations for resisting arrest and possessing a weapon — Kodak Black has been sitting behind bars in a Florida prison. The “Codeine Dreaming” artist’s time away just got a little rougher, as he’s reportedly been transferred to solitary confinement after making an unauthorized three-way call on the prison phone.
According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, the rapper used one person as a cover to contact another individual he was not cleared to speak to.
For the violation, the 20-year-old was given 30 days outside of general population. Though Kodak reportedly went into the hole without issue, he filed a request for a judge to let his tutor visit him while in solitary confinement. According to TMZ, the rapper asked for permission to have a laptop and other materials before being hauled off to prison, as Kodak is trying to earn his GED. A judge has yet to respond though.
The Flordia native has only been away a few weeks, as he was just arrested in January of this year. After police raided his house, hitting him with several charges, Kodak was taken into custody. At the time, he was serving a year on house arrest after being released from jail in the summer of 2017, while also on probation and facing sexual assault charges in South Carolina.
As previously reported by Hip Hop My Way, Kodak fans got to see the whole arrest go down as police barged in while the rapper was live-streaming on his Instagram. Viewers can’t literally see the incident (because he put the phone down with its camera pointing toward the ceiling), but they can hear the tense exchange between officers and the rapper.
News of Kodak’s arrested followed uncomfortably closed on the heels of his altercation with Master P. Black alleged that the No Limit mastermind tried to charge him for mentorship, an accusation that Percy denied.
“I guess Master P thought I was a fool. I still f**k with Master P the long way. But I ain’t no motherf**king fool,” he said, adding that he wouldn’t ask his friends to pay him for his help. “I give my n**gas whatever game I got, I give it to them for free. Ain’t charging ’em. I ain’t gon’ buy no game from no n**ga.”
Miller said that he “never asked for a dime” from the young rapper.
“I met Kodak Black through Charlamagne. I did not look for him for any business endeavors. Kodak reached out to me directly for help,” he said. “A lot of people told me not to get involved with him but I’m about helping the next generation and I looked at him as just misunderstood. I treated him like a son. I never asked him for a dime, I never took any money from him.”
“My intention was to help him build a positive image from the perception that he had out there already,” he continued. “I realized that his entertainment lawyers do not want him to learn the music business. They would rather keep him ignorant so that they can keep taking advantage of him.”
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