Kodak Black Shows Off Post-Prison Weight Loss
Kodak Black is looking a lot different these days.
The “Tunnel Vision” rapper was photographed for the first time since being released from prison last month. In the pics, a slimmed-down Kodak showed off his dramatic weight loss and long dreadlocks while holding his new puppy.
Fans barely recognized the new Kodak, with some even calling him a clone. They also noticed that he has new tattoos on his face including an eagle in place of his cross forehead tat.
Kodak recently added a tattoo with the name of his lawyer, Brad Cohen, on his hand along with a Star of David (Kodak identifies as a Hebrew Israelite).
Kodak Black fresh out of prison just bought a new puppy dog pic.twitter.com/9Hgrn5P9oi
— Complex Ambition (@CmplxAmbition) February 5, 2021
i’m dead starting to think kodak is a clone peep his face tattoos pic.twitter.com/UuLKsYTM4M
— prodbytuwop🎶📲 (@CastorTrevor) February 5, 2021
To celebrate his release, Kodak hit up jeweler Johnny Dang, who hooked him up with some icy new accessories including a permanent diamond grill with ruby stones, 18-carat white gold Rolex Presidential, iced-out COVID-free mask and sanitizer case, and Big Boy Sniper Gang championship ring.
Kodak was released from a federal prison outside of Chicago on Jan. 20 after Donald Trump granted him clemency. He was serving a 46-month prison sentence for falsifying paperwork to obtain a firearm and served nearly half of that time.
Following his release, he dropped his song “Last Day In” and thanked the president and his fans. “I Want To Thank The President @RealDonaldTrump For His Commitment To Justice Reform And Shortening My Sentence,” he tweeted. “I Also Want To Thank Everyone For Their Support And Love. It Means More Than You Will Ever Know. I Want To Continue Giving Back, Learning And Growing.”
Kodak still faces a felony charge of first-degree criminal sexual conduct in South Carolina. He is accused of raping an 18-year-old woman in a hotel room following a 2016 concert. If convicted, he faces up to 30 years in state prison.