American rapper, Kodak Black has pleaded guilty in a legal case stemming from his assault of a high school student in 2016. Kodak had been charged with allegedly sexually assaulting a teenage girl in February 2016 at a hotel. According to prosecutors, he pushed the girl into a wall and onto a bed before assaulting… Continue reading Rapper Kodak Black pleads guilty in sexual assault case
Kodak Black is extending his charitable streak by reaching out to the families of the FBI agents killed in the line of duty this week in Florida. Presidential pardon — had his attorney, Bradford Cohen, send a letter to the FBI Miami Division offering to pay college tuition for the children of the 2 agents… Continue reading KODAK BLACKOFFERS TO HELP KIDS OF SLAIN FBI AGENTS… I’ll Cover College Tuition
Kodak Black is digging his new digs … he’s been moved out of the Kentucky prison where he claimed he was being tortured. The rapper’s attorney, Bradford Cohen, tells 360 aproko … Kodak was recently transferred to USP Thomson, a high-security prison in Illinois, where KB says the guards are treating him better than in Kentucky. Kodak’s… Continue reading KODAK BLACKTRANSFERRED FROM ‘TORTURE’ PRISON …After Filing Lawsuit
Kodak Black is turning to Donald Trump for help … he’s begging the President to commute his prison sentence. The rapper’s attorneys, Bradford Cohen and Jonathan Schwartz, sent a petition to Trump, obtained by 360APROKO, asking the Prez to cut Kodak a break. Kodak’s camp has lots of reasons why Trump should commute his sentence… Continue reading KODAK BLACK PLEASE TRUMP, LET ME OUTTA PRISON!!!
Kodak Black has been sentenced to 46 months in prison on weapons charges. U.S. District Court Judge Federico Moreno sentenced the rap star for lying about his criminal record while purchasing or trying to purchase several pistols on two separate occasions at Lou’s Police and Security Equipment in Hialeah. The American rapper’s verdict is much lower than the maximum… Continue reading Rapper Kodak Black sentenced to 46 months in federal prison on weapon charges