Florida rapper Kodak Black is reportedly suffering behind bars. A shocking post went viral this weekend from the jailed star’s Instagram account claiming guards brutally beat the hip-hop entertainer.

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The report came from inmates at the high-security prison in Big Sandy, Kentucky. Kodak Black’s lawyer was also reportedly notified of the beating and will be reaching out to the government for an investigation.

“We just heard from fellow inmates at Max. Penitentiary Big Sandy KY. In regards to @kodakblack treatment. He couldn’t call himself as he is not allowed phone or visitation for 6 months as punishment for the incident in Miami, even though that has been the case since September, they refuse to give him credit for that time. Friday night he was badly beaten while in cuffs, by 7 guards at Big Sandy KY. They struck him in the head repeatedly with a metal object, Then after one of the guards flicked his genitals and said “you’re not so gangster now, you’re gonna need bigger balls to survive”. We have notified his counsel @lawronin and he advised he will be asking for a full investigation by @thejusticedept and the FBI” – Kodak Black’s Instagram

Kodak Black has reportedly been beaten by 7 guards

Write Yak

Yak really, really, really wants to connect with his true fans. The hip-hop entertainer has encouraged fans to reach out to him during his stint behind bars. Last week, Black went to his social media pages with a big plea. Kodak asked fans to send personal messages his way to a jail address in Kentucky.

“Y’all Strike @ Me But Make Sho Y’all Don’t Write On The Back Of The Page, Only The Front Side & No More Than 5 Sheets. Shoot A N*gga Some Pics Too!” -Kodak Black’s Instagram

Wait, There’s More

Last month, other that Kodak Black’s recent beating incident, details of the rapper’s prison mistreatment was shared on his social media pages as he revealed he’d been denied visitation rights as well as emails and phone calls for six months and moved over a thousand miles away from his family. Black also referenced former jailed hip-hop artists like T.I. and Gucci Mane not getting treated as badly.

“Man These Ppl Stay Trynna F*ck Me Ova, All This #Coronavirus Shit And Yall Talkin Bout Trynna Charge A Nigga For A Bogus Fight. If Y’all Gonna Charge Me DO IT NOW then, Don’t Try To Wait Until I’m Almost Home, Hell Naw, Then If Y’all Was Charging Me Why Y’all Letting Me Out Da Box?! On Top Of That Y’all Send Me Way to Kentucky USP Big Sandy 1,023 miles Away From My Family After Donald Trump Passed The First Step Act Stating That The BOP is Supposed To Keep You Within 500 Miles Of Your Family. Everybody Kno Big Sandy Is The Worst Penitentiary in BOP besides Hazelton. Y’all Sent T.I. to A Low and Sent Gucci Mane to Terre Haute So Why The F*ck Y’all Send Kodak Black to Big Sandy?! Cuz The Ppl Kno How I’m Rocking They Know I Ain’t No B*tch and I’ll Blow Me Some Sh*t Up So They Send Me To The Compound Where It’s Only 3 N*ggaz From Florida There, So Regardless Of Who Talkin Like They Got My Back Imma Need Me A F*ckin KNIFE bcuz I Don’t Know Nobody. These Ppl Breaking All Type Of Laws With Me. 1st Of All Y’all Sent Me Way Past My Radius, 2nd That Is “Double Jeopardy” bcuz Y’all have Already Sanctioned Me To 5 Months In The Box, Took My Phn Calls For 6 Months,Took My Email And My Commissary For 6 Months, Everyone In The Feds Kno They Cannot Turn Around And Charge You After They Serve You Your Shit, So Why They Trynna Do Me Like Dat?! 3rd Of All Wit A New Charge Ova My Head I’m Never Supposed To Be Let Out The Box I’m Supposed To Be Going To Court For It, These Ppl Setting Me Up Letting Me Out The Box and Sending Me To The Worst Penitentiary So I Can Get In Some More Trouble So When They Do Decide To Bring Me To Court They Can Have Some More Shit To Say. Y’all The One Beat Me Up And Did Me Wrong, Y’all Should be Getting A New Charge!!” -Kodak Black’s Instagram

Before You Go

Prior to that, Yak’s attorney Bradford Cohen went off about his treatment by Miami police after a weapons charge. BC took to his own social media pages to publicly speak out.

“Now to discuss the Miami Dade case how it evolved and why its moving forward. The Miami Stare attorney Katherine Fenandez Rundle @saomiami has an opponent this year that speaks about fairness and judicial reform. Her name is Melba Pearson, @resident_legal_diva . Ms. Rundle has yet to speak about her position on the fairness of an individual being charged for the same weapons in 3 different courts , like @kodak has been charged. Also to be addressed, Miami Dade Police arrested Mr Kapri, held him in their station, took pictures of him like an animal in handcuffs and sent them to a reporter, in violation of his rights, yet never served him with the state warrant they had sitting on their desk.”

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Now to discuss the Miami Dade case how it evolved and why its moving forward. The Miami Stare attorney Katherine Fenandez Rundle @saomiami has an opponent this year that speaks about fairness and judicial reform. Her name is Melba Pearson, @resident_legal_diva . Ms. Rundle has yet to speak about her position on the fairness of an individual being charged for the same weapons in 3 different courts , like @kodak has been charged. Also to be addressed, Miami Dade Police arrested Mr Kapri, held him in their station, took pictures of him like an animal in handcuffs and sent them to a reporter, in violation of his rights, yet never served him with the state warrant they had sitting on their desk. Why you may ask? Well the communications that I will be sharing speak volumes. They wanted to make sure they "stacked" his sentence. That is why they waited and never even put a detainer on him, before he was shipped to Kentucky. They want to attempt to wait as long as they can to get him here. What is the other issue with the case besides his rights being violated, an attempt to skirt speedy trial rules and the current state of the law? There are issues with the actual case itself. @kodak was never a convicted felon. The Miami Dade State Attornry is charging him with a very obscure law, that most defendants dont know about. The law states that if you have a juvenile charge that was a felony, no matter if adj or not, you cannot possess a firearm until you are 24 years old. Now Federal has no such law, and if you walked into a gun store they could sell you a firearm and they would have no idea about the law, because it isn't a question asked on the federal form. Should that be changed? I believe so, another issue of a gun loophole, that no State Attorney wishes to change, because it helps them charge individuals that dont know about the law. The last piece of the puzzle is to make it sexy, the state attempts to say he is a qualified offender to double the penalties, again they are wrong and in the communications I have seen they knew he wasnt qualified, but they made the announcement anyway. The communications between the line prosecutor and others are quite revealing.

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