Kodak Black sentenced for lying about criminal record! Court sentence will send the Florida Man to federal prison for how long?
Well this is some sad hip-hop news today. South Florida rapper Kodak Black sentenced to 46 months. How long is 46 months in years? Well, Kodak Black sentence will be three years and eight months in federal prison on Wednesday. Let’s be real here Kodak Black fans and regular people. Kodak Black sentenced to 3 years and 10 months in federal prison for Illegally purchasing firearms was a dumb move by the Florida rapper.
U.S. District Court Judge Federico Moreno sentenced the Florida Man for lying about his criminal record while purchasing or trying to purchase several pistols on two separate occasions at Lou’s Police and Security Equipment in Hialeah.
“Young people do stupid things,” Moreno told the Institution rapper. “But the problem is that you’ve been doing stupid things since you were 15.”
How old is Kodak Black? Well the No Flocking rapper is only 25, so he will be out before he turns 30 and will have much time to make more songs like Calling My Spirits.
Before Kodak Black sentence was handed down, the Big Boy Diamonds creator accepted responsibility for his crimes. “I’m sorry for the actions that led me for where I’m standing,” said the Hip Hop artist, who grew up in Pompano Beach’s Golden Acres housing development. “I do take full responsibility for my mishap.”
The Tunnel Vision rapper, dressed in a khaki inmate’s uniform, was flanked by his two lawyers and two U.S. Marshals in the courtroom. No cap Kodak Black shuffled back and forth on his feet before the judge while waiting for the penalty.
Before Kodak Black sentence was handed down, prosecutors revealed Bill Kapri (Kodak Black real name), had recently been in a nasty prison fight.
“Kapri displayed disruptive behavior,” said Assistant U.S. Attorney Bill Brown. “He was involved in a fight on Oct. 29, with another inmate.” A corrections officer stepped in to stop the Kodak Black prison fight, spraying mace on both inmates.
Kodak Black charges go long. He also still has other pending criminal cases. One involves the 2016 alleged sexual assault of an adult aged high-school female in Florence, South Carolina. Another involves drugs and guns and that were found in Kodak Black car as he and his entourage crossed into Canada for a show last April.
“This is going to be the longest sentence that he’s going to get in his career, hopefully his life,” noted Brad Cohen, Kodak’s defense attorney.
What do you think of Kodak Black sentencing? Was it just right or too harsh? Will you be singing Kodak Black lyrics for the rest of the day? No cap, I won’t be rapping any Kodak Black songs.