Kodak Black has been given a second chance on his… second (maybe third) chance, after a Broward County Judge sentenced the “Tunnel Vision” rapper to 364 days behind bars. What’s great for Kodak’s fans is that he could be out in a month, but there are some serious conditions. Read on to find out what he’s got to do to straighten up and fly right… or we might not be hearing from him for a long time.
Where The Trouble Began
In 2016, Kodak watched his song “Tunnel Vision” top the rap charts from behind bars. He was booked for eight different charges, including robbery, false imprisonment, and marijuana possession.
With the help of some top-notch lawyers from his record label, Kodak was let out on a strict probation; part of that deal included house arrest. He wasn’t allowed to leave home for anything other than performing or recording…
This past Thursday (May 4th) he was handed a 364 day sentence for violating that parole. He was caught going to a Miami strip club and a boxing match in Ohio… obviously not to perform or record.
But with his third lawyer in toe, Kodak struck a deal that could have him out a lot sooner than a year from now.