A tour bus parked outside Kodak Black’s Washington D.C. concert was raided by the FBI and local police on Wednesday (April 24).
The “Tunnel Vision” rapper was performing at The Anthem when FBI agents searched the vehicle. Those who were inside the bus were placed in handcuffs and brought outside, while the surrounding area was roped off.
Cops tell TMZ that they confiscated four Glock handguns with magazines. Kodak was not arrested, but five others were booked for carrying a pistol without a license and possession of large capacity magazines.
Police were unable to confirm whether the raided bus was Kodak’s, only saying that it was connected to the show.
However, Kodak’s team has denied any involvement. “Kodak was 100% not arrested, he is en route to NYC for his sold-out show tomorrow night at United Palace,” the rapper’s rep tells TMZ.
While Kodak may be in the clear this time, he was arrested last week on weapons and drugs charges after trying to cross the United States-Canada border while en route from Detroit to Boston. Police reportedly found marijuana and a Glock 9mm pistol in the car he was driving. He was charged with criminal possession of a weapon and unlawful possession of marijuana.