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Kodak Black is wanted in Florida after violating his bail conditions by failing a drug test.

Due to failing a drug test, Kodak Black violated the terms of his release and is now sought in Florida. A judge in Broward County approved an arrest warrant for the 25-year-old rapper on Thursday (February 23), according to court papers obtained by TMZ. The paperwork was submitted on Saturday (February 25).

According to the warrant, sheriff’s deputies have the right to detain Kodak (real name Dieuson Octave) if they come across him. 

Kodak allegedly failed a drug test on February 8 according to law authorities. The tests revealed evidence of fentanyl, a synthetic drug with a high degree of potency that killed other rappers Mac Miller, Juice WRLD, and Lil Peep.
Kodak reportedly did not show up for a random drug test on February 3 and did not provide a sample.
The “Super Gremlin” hitmaker, who was temporarily detained last year in connection with a narcotics possession and trafficking case, is further ordered to be held without bond if he is apprehended until his subsequent hearing.

An arrest warant has been issued for Kodak Black after allegedly failing a drug test from earlier this month😮

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In July 2022, Kodak Black was taken into custody in Fort Lauderdale when officers stopped his Dodge Durango for a traffic violation and found more than 30 oxycodone tablets and about $75,000 in cash inside. Police said that he had expired license and tags.

According to his attorney Bradford CohenThe medications that were found during the arrest were legally prescribed. Cohen claimed his client has “battled chronic pain,” a fter being shot in the leg in February of that year, and the painkillers were “essential” to manage his condition.

Moreover, Cohen said that the money found in Kodak’s car was not unlawful and that it is common for famous musicians to get huge sums of cash and require it to fund various tour costs.

Kodak Black was put under house arrest after paying a $225,000 surety bail due to his extensive criminal history, which includes a first-degree assault and battery conviction as well as other drug and weapons crimes.

In addition, a judge mandated that he submit to drug testing, wear an ankle GPS monitor, and stay at home unless necessary for work, medical appointments, or court appearances.