Rapper Kodak Black arrested again after police raid his home


He is now in custody at the Broward Sheriff's Office.

A video was posted online, in which cops were heard questioning Black while telling him that they will take his phone as it was a part of the evidence. MC was reportedly arrested Thursday (Jan. 18) for multiple charges, including "grand theft of a firearm, child neglect, marijuana possession, two counts of possession of a weapon by a felon and two counts of probation violation".

Then in April 2016, he was arrested again, this time in Hallandale Beach on charges of possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, possession of marijuana and fleeing from police officers. Akademiks explains that Kodak has been going back and forth with a few Florida rappers on IG live, which he said may have led to the search warrant.

In October 2015, he was charged in Pompano Beach with robbery, battery, two counts of false imprisonment of a child under 13, three counts of false imprisonment of an adult, driving with a suspended license and possession of marijuana.

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Breaking: Kodak Black house was raided today by SWAT and he was arrested for Gun Posession, Weed Possession, Child Neglect and will be remanded in Custody for Violating his Two Ongoing Probation Sentences. He was also ordered to attended anger management classes and community service.

The 20 year-old rapper was released back in June after serving 97 days of a 364 day sentence.

Monday, the South Florida rapper released a new video for the track, "Roll in Peace". The video, which A$AP Mob-affiliated creative collective AWGE directed, shows Kodak throwing cash on a courthouse floor. He is set to appear in court January 24 in Miami-Dade County.