Kodak Black Sings About Uncertain Future in Jailhouse Rap
Kodak Black is locked up, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t making new music.
Straight from St. Lucie County Jail, the Floridian rapper discusses his troubled history and uncertain future in a new minute-long, harmonized freestyle.
“I’ve been through a lot in my past,” he sings. “I’m trying to stay level-headed / I gotta stop moving so fast / I don’t know where I’m headed.”
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Kodak’s uncertainty may be due to his current and pending legal drama. Last month, he was sentenced to 120 days in jail on drug charges. After his time in jail, however, the troubles could continue as he may face up to 30 years in prison on a sexual battery case in South Carolina.
In August, the XXL Freshman struck a plea deal in a separate case involving robbery, false imprisonment, fleeing law enforcement, and possession of a firearm by a delinquent. He was sentenced to house arrest and probation, but was not released because the aforementioned cases were uncovered.