Why His Sentence Was Extended
After being behind bars for almost two weeks now, it looks like rapper Kodak Black will be extending his stay in a Broward County jail.
The up-and-coming rapper from Pompano Beach, FL first made waves with his mixtapes “Project Baby” and “Institution,” eventually leading to a collaboration with Drake and a deal with Atlantic Records in 2015. Since then however, he’s had a hard time staying out of the slammer…
Read on to find out why the court is holding him longer, while they determine if he is a “danger” to Broward County residents.
His Initial Arrest
Dieuson Octave, AKA Kodak Black, pleaded no contest to robbery, false imprisonment, fleeing from police, and firearm possession last fall. He was facing a maximum of 55 years in prison, but he scored a plea deal that gave him a year of house arrest and five years probation.
Breaking House Arrest
According to the terms of his plea deal, Octave was allowed to leave home for work purposes only.
A Boxing Match?
In February, Kodak Black was arrested for violating his probation, after being spotted at a boxing match and a strip club in Miami.
It didn’t help that he went on YouTube to argue about his anger-management classes that the court mandated…
Read on to watch the video HE RECORDED walking into court and find out what he can expect now.