Kodak Black releases a statement from jail

  /  09.01.2019

Kodak Black has released a statement from behind bars.

The Florida rapper, who recently pleaded guilty in his federal gun case, took to Instagram to reflect on his time in jail. Kodak shared a photo of a pile of letters he received from fans. In the caption, he thanked his fans for their support and spoke on the last three months that he has spent in jail.

“4 Months Ago I Was Jus Facetiming Da Baddest Females On Planet Earth , Na Im Makin Jail Calls Waitin On Mail Call,” Kodak wrote in his Instagram caption. “Ya Sometime I Come Off A Lil Arrogant But You`ll Be Too If You Was Young & Rich Comin Up Out Da Projects , Shiddd I Walked Out A Juvenile Detention Center To Millions Of Dollars #IMAGINEDAT .. On Da Real , Im Feelin Its Sumn God Wanna Show Me Or Want Me To Do Cause Im Steady Going Through Da Same Thing , Hopefully These Lessons Turn To Blessings. I Appreciate Ya`ll Screamin To Me Too LOVE.”

According to TMZ, Kodak pleaded guilty to the gun charge earlier this month. The “ZEZE” rapper initially pleaded not guilty to lying on a federal gun application, but when he appeared in court on Aug. 22, he changed his plea.

Project Baby pleaded guilty to two counts of knowingly making a false and fictitious written statement in connection with purchasing a firearm. The rapper faces a maximum of 10 years in prison, followed by three years of supervised release.

However, per the plea agreement, prosecutors are going to push for a lighter sentence because Kodak has been cooperative.

Kodak has been behind bars since his arrest in May. A judge denied his request for bond and deemed him a “danger to the community.” His sentencing date has been set for Nov. 13.

Check out Kodak Black’s Instagram post below.

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