NAYZE MEDIA (Kareem Rahman @kblack_yb932)


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Rapper Kodak Black is reportedly in trouble with the law again. This time Kodak’s troubles involve a charge that probably would’ve been a simple drug possession charge, if not for the amount of cash found with the drugs in question. Black was ultimately charged with drug trafficking, a much worse charge than simple possession.


The Kodak news was reportedly first reported by Fox’s Andy Slater, who took to his Twitter account to report

“Kodak Black was stopped for an expired tag and illegal window tints. Cops smelled weed when he opened the door to the bulletproof SUV he was driving, so they began a search. That’s when they found the pills without a prescription and the cash”, Slater Tweeted late on Friday night.

The search of the bulletproof SUV reportedly turned up 31 Ocycodone pills and $74,960 in cash. Kodak was placed under arrest and taken to the Broward County Jail for booking. As of 6:29 a.m. on 7/17/2022, Kodak remains behind bars awaiting the next court date.

Kodak was previously in the middle of serving a prison sentence for a gun possession charge when he took to his Twitter page to voice his support for then president, Donald Trump in 2024.

“We need Trump in office forever, man. Just like how them Chinese and Russian and Korean muthafuckas’ have their president. Trump the best thing for America – ya heard me – for sure. I respect that boy logic, setup and whole rundown even he didn’t free me.”

Kodak ended up being pardoned by Donald Trump, along with others like Michael Flynn and Roger Stone.

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