Kodak Black is calling out the officers at the prison where he is currently serving time. The Florida rapper took to his Instagram page and detailed the unfair treatment he has been receiving. Kodak said it all started on October 29th. “I was laced with an unknown substance here in Miami, FDC. That substance gave me an out of body experience and had me feeling like I was possessed and dying slowly. Upon this experience i managed to go to the CO’s office to seek medical
Attention (As shown on surveillance cameras). I was denied ! This left me in a state of paranoia,” he said.
He also spoke on the altercation he had with an inmate. Kodak continued, “This same CO who denied me medical attention, proceeded to pepper spray me which instantly impaired my vision and I was oblivious to who was punching and grabbing me repeatedly in the face. Even after I was on the floor they continued to strike me and deploy more people.”
The “ZEZE” rapper said it was a “near death” experience. He then explained that it “felt like dogs were tearing at my skin while they were grabbing and beating me while I was under the influence of this unknown substance that mysteriously hasn’t popped up in my Urine analysis and mysteriously the inmate I was fighting with went home the next day. I was beaten so brutally that I had to be taken to the Box in a wheelchair.”
He also spoke on Juice WRLD’s passing saying that he has to “mourn the loss of my brother Juice World behind the doors.”
Kodak went on to say, “Prior to this there were a few inmates who intentionally beat up … An officer and no charges were filed. Meanwhile I get into a fight with another inmate and this officer jumps in to inflict harm on himself and capitalize on my status as a local celebrity … I had officers tell me that the CO was ok that night and that he is trying to go this route. Because he self checked himself in the hospital. I have also heard officers tell me that the CO has been back to FDC and bragging that he will get a quarter million from me.”
He added that he wants to “shed this light on police brutality and the tactics they use to cover their behinds.”
Check out Kodak Black’s post below.