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Fort Lauderdale police released video footage of Kodak Black's traffic stop and arrest on July 15.

The over 2 hour footage taken from several cameras inside a police cruiser show a shirtless Kodak Black stepping out of his Dodge Durango SUV and speaking with several officers.

Black told the cops he was in Detroit for 3 weeks and he welcomed a newborn daughter that weekend.

Police said he was pulled over for driving with an expired tag and dark window tint. His driver license was also suspended.

One officer said he smelled weed inside the vehicle and that gave him probably cause to search inside.

"My sh-t ain't smell like weed. I don't smoke weed. I ain't smoke nothing, you feel me? He didn't smell marijuana."

Police searched the car and found 31 oxycodone pills and $74,960 cash.

"I have a prescription for it. It's not in the car but I have a prescription," Black said.

Black grew increasingly frustrated as police on the scene waited for a supervisor to arrive to decide what to do with the money.

Police allowed Black's mother to speak to him, and she broke down in tears.

"You know better," she told her son. She reminded him that he has two babies to take care of. "Chill, mom, chill," he told her.

"If you not out [of jail] today I'm gonna kill myself, I swear to God!" she cried.

Black slumped his shoulders and looked defeated as his mother wailed.

Black posted bond later that day. A week later, he accused police of racial profiling him and threatened to sue.

A magistrate judge placed him on house arrest and ordered him to pay a $225,000 surety bond, submit to random drug testing, wear a GPS ankle monitor and get permission to perform in concert.

Watch the video below.

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Kodak Black was placed on house arrest after he was pulled over in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida for driving with an expired tag and dark window tinting on Saturday.

A search of his bulletproof Dodge Durango SUV turned up 31 white tablets of oxycodone and more than $75,000 in cash.

He bonded out of jail on Saturday, and his attorney claimed the pills were prescribed for him.
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First reported by VladTV on Thursday (July 21), XXL obtained court documents that show magistrate Judge Jonathan Goodman revoked Kodak Black's supervised release and placed him on house arrest on Wednesday (July 20). Kodak appeared in court via video teleconference and paid a $250,000 personal surety bond.

According to XXL, Black must request permission from his probation officer to perform in concert or record in a studio, and he will be required to undergo random drug testing.

Black could find himself back behind bars if he fails his drug test or violates his home detention.

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The 25-year-old "Super Gremlin" rapper, who was born Dieuson Octave, was placed on house arrest after he took to Twitter and accused the arresting officer of targeting him.

The rapper mocked the officer, calling him "Officer Pinky D***."

"How tf you send a ni**a to jail for my own medication?" Black tweeted. "Then tarnish my character like im trafficking oxycontin ??? But im posta sit here and dont talk about it? [sic]"

"They want a ni**a sad, depressed, suffering!" he wrote in a now-deleted tweet. "Nobody cares bout all da good you do! Just wanna catch you slipping so they can get credit for sending you to prison! [sic]"

He continued: "Can't nobody sit up here and lie & say they ain't been noticing the change and the progress I've been making!! They wanna remind people of my past instead of encouraging me to keep at this pace I've been going!"

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Kodak Black's attorney filed a motion to test the pills recovered by Florida Highway Patrol officers during a traffic stop on Saturday morning.

The rapper, who was born Dieuson Octave, 25, was pulled over for driving with an expired tag and dark window tinting in Ft. Lauderdale. A search of his bulletproof Dodge Durango SUV turned up 31 white tablets of oxycodone and more than $75,000 in cash.


Black was released from the Broward County Jail on Saturday after posting $75,000 bond.

Black's attorney, Bradford Cohen, filed a motion to have the pills tested. He claimed the pills were prescription medication, not OxyContin, a potent opioid prescribed for severe pain.

"How tf you send a ni**a to jail for my own medication?" Black tweeted. "Then tarnish my character like im trafficking oxycontin ??? But im posta sit here and dont talk about it? [sic]"

Black also accused the highway patrol officers of targeting him.

"They want a ni**a sad, depressed, suffering!" he wrote in a now-deleted tweet. "Nobody cares bout all da good you do! Just wanna catch you slipping so they can get credit for sending you to prison! [sic]"

He continued: "Can't nobody sit up here and lie & say they ain't been noticing the change and the progress I've been making!! They wanna remind people of my past instead of encouraging me to keep at this pace I've been going!"

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Rapper Kodak Black was released from a South Florida jail after posting bond on Saturday afternoon. The 25-year-old rapper was arrested Friday on drug charges.

According to reports, state troopers pulled over Kodak's bulletproof Dodge Durango in Ft. Lauderdale for an expired tag and illegal window tint on Friday.

Officers smelled marijuana when Black opened the car window. A search of the vehicle turned up 31 oxycodone pills and $74,960 in cash, according to the NY Post.


The Pompano Beach, Florida native was seen leaving the Broward County Jail with his bowlegged bodyguard on Saturday afternoon. The pair were trailed by two videographers.

Black's attorney Bradford Cohen tweeted that his client would be vindicated in court.

"Never Judge (sic) a case based on an arrest," Cohen tweeted on Saturday morning.

"There are always additional facts and circumstances that give rise to a defense, especially in this case. We will get him a bond today and move forward with resolving the matter quickly."


Kodak was one of three people shot at The Nice Guy lounge in west Hollywood in February. He is pictured with rapper Gunna moments before the shooting. Black fled the scene, but he called police a short while later to say he had been shot.

Gunna is currently in an Atlanta jail awaiting trial on a RICO racketeering charge.

Kodak, born Dieuson Octave, has a lengthy criminal history that includes multiple arrests on drug possession and weapons charges.

He was sentenced to four years in prison for weapons possession in 2019. His sentence was commuted by former President Donald Trump in 2021.

Last month, Black said happy birthday to Trump while wearing a $10,000 gold pendant that depicted the former president wearing a MAGA hat and smoking a blunt.

"Happy Z Day #DT I Love You N***a," he captioned an Instagram post.

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On April 28, 2021, Kodak accepted a plea deal in a rape case involving a teenage girl in 2016. He pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of first-degree assault and battery, and was sentenced to 18 months of probation.

In addition to "Super Gremlin," Kodak is best known for his single "Zeze" (featuring Travis Scott and Offset), which peaked at number 2 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart.

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Cardi B gave a shout out to aspiring rapper GloRilla after she got a new set of teeth for $24,000.

The Memphis native is best known for her viral hit single "F.N.F. (Let's Go)", which stands for "F*** Ni**a Free."

GloRilla shared photos and videos of her new dental work on Instagram. She captioned the post: "PLAY BODAK YELLOW BY @iamcardib S/O @doctor.q_ !!!!!!!"

Cardi B responded in the comments: "Looking GOOOD!!!!!!"

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After "F.N.F." went viral, Kodak Black hooked up with the rapper for a possible collab in the studio.

So far, Saweetie, City Girls, Cardi B, Moneybagg Yo, Saucy Santana, and more have shown love for GloRilla.

Check out the song below.

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Kodak Black will welcome 4 bundles of joy in 2022. But he still has a ways to go to catch up to Nick Cannon, Future Hendrix, Chief Keef and other rappers who can field baseball teams with their spawn.

Kodak will welcome his fourth child with a Detroit fan who posted a photo of her growing baby bump on Instagram.

Kodak gifted her with a brand new Mercedes Benz truck with a red interior as a push gift.

The Florida rapper already has three children by three baby mamas. The babies were all born in 2022.

Kodak explained his rush to replenish the Earth in an Instagram Live interview two months ago.

"It's always understood, if I'm dealing with a person, I'm never gonna lead them on and make them feel like we're in a relationship if we not, you hear me, I already let you know what I got going on in my life and so you gon make the decision if you want to deal with me or not, I aint gotta lie to nobody."

Kodak's baby mamas are all educated, successful women who just got with him for the child support.

Maranda is a real estate agent, mother is an exotic dancer from Miami. And the third pregnant girl is attending beautician school. It isn't clear what his 4th baby mama does for a living.

Kodak might want to follow Nick's lead and get a vasectomy before the groupies start lining up.

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Rapper Kodak Black was shot in the leg outside Justin Bieber's after-party in Los Angeles on Friday night. Witnesses say the shootout occurred after Kodak was denied entry into Bieber's party at The Nice Guy restaurant in L.A. on Friday.

As the rapper and his entourage were heading to their cars, one of his crew got into a fight with a man in the parking lot — and Kodak jumped in to assist his pal.

According to TMZ, gunshots rang out, sending people scattering in all directions. Kodak was hit in the leg and three others were also shot. None of the injuries were life-threatening.

Kodak was transported to a hospital where he is listed in stable condition, according to TMZ.

Video obtained by TMZ shows the chaos that erupted outside the celebrity hotspot.

Police said they have a description of the suspect but no arrests have been made.

Bieber had performed at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood before hosting his afar-party at The Nice Guy.

Kodak was among the people pardoned by President Donald Trump last year. The troubled rapper is the latest victim of California's out-of-control crime wave.

A female bank robbery suspect in Georgia reportedly fled back to liberal California where lawmakers are soft on crime and criminals literally get away with murder.

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Kodak Black has picked up where Nick Cannon left off by impregnating multiple Instagram models at the same time.

According to MTO News, the rapper fathered a girl with fiancee Maranda Johnson, a prominent Florida real estate broker.

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According to social media reports, Kodak allegedly knocked up a groupie in Miami. They were spotted together last weekend.

And MTO News spoke with a Miami reality TV star who said Kodak is also expecting a baby with a stripper.

"Kodak is having a baby with [the dancer]. And she has the same due date as [Kodak's fiancé] Maranda."

Sources say "Kodak has discussed having both women check into the same hospital together so that he can attend both children's births."


Nick Cannon fathered seven children by 4 women. Nick's youngest son, Zen, died from brain cancer in December. The "Masked Singer" host said he is "still missing" his "little dude," according to Page Six.

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Kodak Black
always puts his money where his mouth is when it comes to giving back. The "Feelin' Peachy" rapper gave away 5,000 turkeys to families in Florida to make sure they have a happy Thanksgiving.

TMZ reports the rapper dropped $14,500 for more than 5,000 turkeys and had his team distribute the frozen birds to underserved families in South Florida communities.

According to Kodak's attorney, Bradford Cohen, Kodak's turkey giveaway tour made 7 stops in three days, with his team delivering the birds in rental trucks.

The turkeys were distributed to families in the Sistrunk and Sunland neighborhoods, as well as Delray Beach, Fort Lauderdale, North Miami, Little Haiti in Miami and of course, the Golden Acres public housing projects in Pompano Beach, where Kodak was raised by his single mom.

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Kodak is known for his generosity, which is one of the reasons, former President Donald Trump pardoned him in January.

Through his attorney, Kodak said he wished he could be there in person to hand out the turkeys, but he is focused on completing rehab so he can continue supporting underprivileged neighborhoods.

Good for him.

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Kodak Black has announced his participation in the annual "No Nut November" challenge after fellow rapper Kevin Gates touted the health benefits of semen retention.

Kodak Black went on to say "#SemenRetention All Next Month. #NoNutNovember." He also mentioned the benefits of holding his semen, saying "Saving My Life Source & Not Wasting My Energy On Foolishness, Changing Fa The Better Completely Starting Tomorrow."

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Women on Twitter are not helping the situation.

A Twitter user posted the rules of No Nut November, which include not having sex or touching yourself in any way, shape or form until December 1, 2021.

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Kodak Black reacted to a viral story about a 61-year-old Florida man marrying his 18-year-old goddaughter.

Michael Haugabook was criticized on social media for waiting until his goddaughter, Deja, turned 18 before marrying her.

Haugabook knew Deja since she was a baby and the couple reportedly dated since 2016.

The story went viral after the wedding photos surfaced on social media. They were married on Sept. 4, 2021 in St. Lucie County, Florida.

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Kodak weighed in on the controversy, saying his father also ran off with his goddaughter.

"SMH my daddy did this same sh*t. Left us to start another family with his goddaughter. I was about 9 but I ain't judging nobody tho, to each's own. It could b true love."

Many accused Haugabook of grooming Deja to be his wife despite having a previous relationship with her mother.

Michael and Deja Haugabook have dismissed the criticism as jealousy. Deja claims she is fully grown at 18 and working full-time while caring for the couple's four children.

The children are reportedly from Michael's previous relationships.

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Kodak Black has worked hard to improve his public image following his release from prison earlier this year. But the troubled rapper was dealt a setback when he violated the terms of his probation by failing a drug test.

The 24-year-old rapper, born Dieuson Octave in Florida, violated the terms of his supervised release in his federal gun case by failing a drug test, TMZ reports. And now Black is ordered to get treatment.

The rapper, who legally changed his name to Bill K. Kapri in 2018, was sentenced to 46 months behind bars in the gun case in late 2019.

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However, he was released from prison by outgoing President Donald Trump when his sentence was commuted back in January.

Kodak was back in a courtroom hearing this week after violating the terms of his supervised release.

According to court records, obtained by TMZ, the judge ordered Kodak to complete a 90-day stint in a residential drug treatment program. TMZ sources say Kodak has already enrolled in the drug treatment program.

Kodak's lawyer, Bradford Cohen, declined repeated requests to comment on his client's latest legal trouble.

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Pompano Beach officials hit rapper Kodak Black with a cease & desist for giving away air conditioning units in a housing project.

According to TMZ, the Pompano Beach Housing Authority threatened the rapper for donating the AC units to elderly residents of a housing project.

The shirtless rapper, born Dieuson Octave, was photographed personally delivering the AC units to the elderly and underprivileged residents last month.

He ran afoul of the Housing Authority in July when the agency accused him of entering the property illegally and "causing disturbances" with loud music.

"Your actions have adversely impacted the Property's residents' right to peacefully enjoy the property."

The Housing Authority objected to Kodak helping the residents cool off by installing the room air conditioning units.

However, Kodak's lawyer, Bradford Cohen, denied Kodak filmed a music video on the property. He said it was shameful that they "wish to stop the assistance to the elderly and underprivileged during a heat wave and 2 year pandemic."


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Kodak Black probably shouldn't have used a helicopter when paying tribute to the late NBA icon Kobe Bryant.

The rapper angered Kobe's fans when he celebrated his 24th birthday on Instagram by sharing photos of a helicopter wrapped in the Lakers team colors.

His brand new Tesla Model X car is also customized with the team's yellow and purple.

In the caption, Kodak Black wrote: "I'm Ouchea 24 a Day I'm Like KOBE #KtB @kobebryant... #HappyBirthdayKodak Out Now."

Kobe's fans let Kodak know that the helicopter tribute was inappropriate in the comments section. One fan wrote: "The helicopter not sitting right w me."

Another wrote: "The man and his daughter died in one."

And a third user wrote: "I think the helicopter was a little to much."

But some of Kodak's followers defending his tribute.

Instagram user @maximusbuckets wrote: "He honoring him if anything."

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Kobe and his daughter, Gianna, 13, died tragically in a fiery helicopter crash in Calabasas, California in January 2020.

Kodak also angered his fans last week when he said he wants President Donald Trump back in the White House.

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Rapper Kodak Black trended on Tuesday after saying he wants Donald Trump back in the White House while sending a birthday shout out to the former U.S. president.

Kodak Black was granted clemency by Trump on his last day in office in January. After his sentence was commuted, Kodak thanked Trump and promised to turn his life around.

Trump turned 75 on Monday, June 14, and Kodak was among his supporters wishing him a happy birthday.

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Kodak recorded a video in which he wore a MAGA cap that appears to be signed by Trump.

"I would like to see Trump back in office in '24," he said, before sending all his love and support to the billionaire developer.

The rapper also chastised youngn's on the Internet who disapprove of his loyalty: "That just shows that you ain't a good person. You ain't loyal," he said.

Kodak, whose government name is Bill Kapri, received a commutation of his 46-month sentence for falsifying information on federal forms to buy firearms in Florida in 2019.

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Kodak Black made headlines when he swore he would donate $1 million to charity if Trump set him free from prison early.

"If The President Them Free Me, I'm Gonna Spend 1 million on Charity within The First Year I'm Out. That's on Everything," he tweeted on Nov. 27, 2020.

However, Kodak deleted the tweet as soon as he got out.