Kodak Black Sentenced To Almost A Year In Jail

05-05-2017
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Kodak Black

(Radio.com) The 19-year-old rapper Kodak Black was found guilty of violating the terms of his parole April 26 and has been sentenced to 364 days in a Broward County Jail, according to The Sun Sentinel.

"Depending on the outcome of this case, it can be the beginning of my career or the end of my career," Kodak Black read from a prepared statement in a Florida courtroom Thursday (May 4).

However, if he completes a life skills course in jail, he will receive credit for time served and be out in a month. The Painting Pictures rapper has been in jail since Feb. 28 when he was arrested during a court appearance for violating five counts of violating his parole. Read more here.

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