Kodak Black is released on bail after being arrested on drug charges in Florida

Kodak Black was on the wrong side of the law again after the rapper was arrested on drug-related charges following a traffic stop in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. on Friday, July 15. He has since posted bail.

According to TMZ, who first broke the story, the South Florida-based rapper, born Dieuson Octave, now Bill K. Kapri, was pulled over by the Florida Highway Patrol. The “Roll In Peace” host was driving a purple, expired Dodge Durango with tags near Northwest 31st Avenue and Cypress Creek Road around 4:30 p.m. when he caught the attention of officials, who said the The 25-year-old’s car had window tints that “appeared to be darker than the legal limit.”

Police also claimed that when the car stopped, there was a smell of marijuana. They soon discovered that the vehicle’s registration had expired. In a report obtained by the outlet, officers searching the car found nearly $74,960 in cash and a small clear bag containing 31 white pills of oxycodone. He was later taken into custody at the Broward County Jail. Kodak has had multiple arrests in the county since 2015.

The 2016 XXL freshman was charged with one felony, one charge of trafficking oxycodone and a lesser charge of possession of a controlled substance, according to the Broward County clerk. On Saturday morning, July 16, the “No Flocking” rapper’s attorney Bradford Cohen negotiated bail for $75,000 and he was later released.

This is just the latest incident in Kodak’s long history with the justice system. In April 2021, he was given a suspended sentence for assaulting a teenage girl in a South Carolina hotel room. In 2019, the “Transportin'” rapper was sentenced to 46 months in prison for forging information on federal firearm purchase forms. The sentence was eventually commuted in the final days of former President Donald Trump’s administration.

The star’s recent scandal sparked discussion on social media about his constant run-ins with the law; Many even hinted that the rapper enjoys being incarcerated, including one Instagram user who wrote, “Bill likes incarceration.” Another person added, “You continue to be with people who aren’t in your best interest at all.” to have. He’ll learn the hard way.”

Other supporters expressed their disappointment. “I’m mad at him like I know him personally,” shared one fan.

In an email to Local 10 News, Cohen said: “Never judge a case on the basis of an arrest. There are facts and circumstances that justify a defense in this case. We will resolve the matter quickly.”

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Dustin Huang

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