Kodak Black arrest warrant was issued in Broward after he failed to submit to a random drug and alcohol test as required under the terms of his pre-trial release.
According to an affidavit filed in Broward on Friday, Black, whose real name is Bill Kapri, had been ordered to report for testing on June 9 but failed to do so.
As per affidavit, Black violated the conditions of his pretrial release related to an oxycodone trafficking charge by failing to submit to the tests.
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.
A similar warrant was issued for Black earlier this year, after he failed to submit to a random drug and alcohol test in February.
A few days later, on Feb. 8, Kodak allegedly failed a drug test on 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.
As a result, Black’s release was revoked and an arrest warrant was issued. Black later appeared before a Broward judge, who allowed him to attend a 30-day drug treatment program.
“Whatever I need to do, cry, beg, I’ll do it. But there’s so much about this situation that isn’t right,” Black told the judge. “I don’t know why people be so hungry to send me to jail.”
The Warrant arrived just after Kodak Black’s attorney calls out President Joe Biden’s Son plea deal.
According to NBC News, on Tuesday (June 20), Hunter Biden, Joe Biden’s son agreed to plead guilty to two federal counts of failing to file his taxes, a misdemeanor. The president’s son who has a notoriously troubled history also has a felony gun possession charge that will “go away” if he meets certain conditions. Hunter Biden is expected to serve no jail time for the charges.
Bradford Cohen expressed his displeasure with this news on his Instagram page on Tuesday (June 20), pointing out that Kodak Black was sentenced to three years in prison for the weapons charge. Cohen also suggested that the result would have been different if Kodak Black had been either white or politically connected.
“2 tiers of justice? Kodak was charged for the same crime. Got over 3 years,” he wrote. “Mr. Biden will not serve a day. Feels right? Do FBI agents and federal authorities take cases personally? I’m going to discuss this on my subscriber page.”