Kodak Black has reportedly been sentenced to another 12 months in prison.
According to an Instagram post from one of his Florida attorneys, Bradford Cohen, the “Zeze” rapper’s sentence will run concurrently with his current 46-month federal sentence for his illegal weapons possession in New York State.
Cohen took to Instagram to announce the news about the new York gun case, in which the Pompano Beach native plead guilty on March 11 to attempted second-degree criminal possession of a weapon after getting arrested when trying to cross the U.S. border into Canada last April.
Some good news and some frustration in regards to @kodakblack. The case in New York is resolved. I was not his attorney on that case. Although it should have been completely dismissed, as it was for the other 2 individuals in the same car, who testified that @kodakblack knew nothing about the firearm in the vehicle, and it was registered and legal to one of the other individuals he was with, they agreed to 12 month to run concurrent with his current sentence.Bradford Cohen
Even the Judge asked the prosecutor why are they not dismissing. @kodakblack just wanted to resolve it so he doesn’t lose anytime in federal. You see when you are out of federal custody you lose that time on your federal case.Bradford Cohen
Most recently, the buzzing rapper was transferred to a New York prison due to the current coronavirus pandemic. In the Instagram caption, Cohen mentions that he believes Kodak is being treated unfairly.
Now with the Coronavirus, its unknown when they will pick him up due to this virus. The BUREAU OF PRISONS @bureauofprisons needs to address these issues that federal inmates are credited back time they miss due to this outbreak.Bradford Cohen
More information to follow this, as we really need to delve deep into how @kodakblack is being treated differently than any other inmate and any other defendant. Next up we will discuss what I say is triple jeopardy and the holding off on charges to attempt to stack a defendant with extra time, like in the case in @saomiami.Bradford Cohen