Maybach Music Group’s Rick Ross isn’t just here for Meek Mill getting out of jail. The hip-hop veteran has formally flexed his support for incarcerated hip-hop star Kodak Black.

Yung Renzel went to Instagram Thursday (February 8) and shared a pro-KB message to his 7.4 million followers.

A few days ago, Rick Ross and Kodak Black put out their “Florida Boy” anthem.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxTudpNZgw8

Recently, reports surfaced about Kodak’s weapons and drugs case judge getting dismissed.

Broward County senior Judge Joel Lazarus accidentally spoke into a hot microphone over a live internet broadcast January 19 while preparing for first appearance hearings and told a prosecutor that he would “double the bond to those that take place in my neighborhood.” He then elaborated and said, “Closer to my house, the higher the bond. That was always the Lazarus rule.” He later claimed to be joking, but the Broward County Chief Judge barred Lazarus from presiding over first appearance court in the future, and also from anything involving criminal court over the “clearly inappropriate” statement. (The Blast)

KB’s legal team also addressed the comments which ultimately forced open a temporary judge vacancy.

We spoke to Kodak’s legal team who say the comments are “shocking” and “highly inappropriate.” Kodak currently remains in Broward County jail on 7 charges, including a parole violation, but his legal team says this was a first appearance hearing and any issues with his bond will be discussed with the current judge in his case. They feel a second go around will at least provide them with a fair chance. (The Blast)