Kodak Black won’t be getting his freedom just yet.
Just yesterday, it was reported that the Pompano Beach rapper was set to be released from jail after striking a plea deal. However, authorities uncovered two active warrants in his name during the release process and were forced to keep him in custody.
“One of them is a no-bond hold,” said Broward Sherriff’s office spokesperson Joy Oglesby. “At this point he’s still going to be in jail. He’s not going to be released.”
On Tuesday, the 19-year-old XXL Freshman was sentenced to a year of house arrest and five years of probation after striking a plea deal. He was also granted the opportunity to tour the globe when the judge withheld adjudication.
Kodak was facing a maximum sentence of up to 55 years in prison for several charges, including robbery, fleeing a law enforcement officer, false imprisonment, and possession of a firearm by a delinquent.
Little is known about the two active warrants right now. However, reports say that they were issued in different locations — one in St. Lucie County, Florida and the other in Florence, South Carolina.