Published: Fri, November 15, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

JUST IN: Kodak Black Sentenced To Nearly Four Years Behind Bars!

JUST IN: Kodak Black Sentenced To Nearly Four Years Behind Bars!

The much talked about sentencing in Kodak Black's case went down on Wednesday. According to lawyer Mohammed Gangat, who runs the popular Lawyer for Workers Instagram account, prosecutors were recommending an eight-year sentence for Kodak because they received evidence that Kodak kicked a prison staff member in the groin last month, landing the man in the hospital.

Kodak Black pled guilty to federal weapons charges in court back in August which was a big turn of events as the rapper had previously chosen to plead not guilty in the same case. "I do take full responsibility for my mishap".

Prosecutors said one of the weapons purchased by Black was found at the scene of a shooting in Pompano Beach.

Black has also been accused of behaving badly in jail, having allegedly been involved, while under the influence of a substance of some sort, in a fight with other inmates, and then attacking the corrections officer who tried to separate the inmates.

"Young people do stupid things", Moreno told Kodak. "The problem is that you have been doing stupid things since 15".

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Kodak Black has been sentenced to 46 months in jail.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Bruce Brown stated in court "a rival rap artist was the intended target". Black was charged with criminal possession of a firearm and unlawful possession of marijuana.

One of the guns he bought was used in an attempted shooting in March.

Black was arrested at the Rolling Loud Music Festival in May after law enforcement discovered he had twice lied on background forms while buying firearms, denying he had ever been "under indictment ... in any court for a felony offense".

In November 2016, Black was detained and indicted on charges of sexual assault after he was accused of sexually abusing a woman in SC.

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