Florida rapper Kodak Black has even more reasons to love his freedom. Weeks after getting released from jail, new reports claim the Southern musician is no longer on probation.
According to reports, KB’s probation has officially faded to black.
Kodak Black is now officially a free man. According to documents obtained by Complex, a Florida judge has terminated Black’s probation. The rapper, who recently changed his real name to Bill K. Kapri from Dieuson Octave, was released from prison on August 18 after serving seven months of his yearlong sentence. (Complex)
Last week, reports claimed Black had turned down multiple hefty offers to focus on music.
Turns out, the 7 months did wonders for his going rate. We’re told a number of promoters have reached out to his camp with offers. He was asked to perform at a D.C.-area college for $100k, not to mention an offer from a venue in South Dakota for $105k and a weed festival in Oregon for a little more than $100k. He even turned down a Labor Day gig in Tallahassee for $125k! Do the math — that adds up to well over $400k Kodak’s leaving on the table. Sources say it’s all because his priority is recording new music. (TMZ)
Recently, cameras spotted Kodak shooting his first music video since getting released from jail last Saturday.
Kodak Black filming his first music video since being released from jail 🙏🏼 pic.twitter.com/5FiDyjrrwY
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Earlier this month, producer London On Da Track went to Instagram with an in-studio Black pic.