Kodak Black’s appearance at the weekend’s Rolling Loud Festival was a pleasant surprise for his fans. However, recent sources state that Kodak Black put in a lot of effort in the background to ensure that he remained sober before performing.
In early February, the cops claimed he violated his bail conditions after testing positive for fentanyl, and a Florida judge sentenced him to 30 days in rehab.
According to his lawyer, Bradford Cohen, the artist was in Los Angeles with a large team of people who were making sure to keep him away from any negative influences. The said team included a physician to monitor his eating habits, and another person was assigned to be by his side at all times to make sure he continued on the straight path.
Kodak Black drug history:
Lately, Kodak Black has been the focus of a prolonged police investigation.
Black received a 3-and-a-half-year term in federal prison in 2019 for giving the government incorrect information on the necessary paperwork for firearms. With around half of his sentence remaining, then-President Donald Trump pardoned the remainder of it in 2020.
On January 1, 2022, he was detained in Pompano Beach, Florida, on suspicion of trespassing; however, the prosecution chose not to press the matter. He was hurt in a shootout outside a Los Angeles club a few weeks later. Black’s lawyer, Cohen, said that his client was rescuing a person who had been the victim of an unprovoked attack when he was shot in the leg.
In his car, according to Florida Highway Patrol officials, they discovered 31 oxycodone tablets after pulling him down in July for allegedly doing an illegal window tinting job.
Kodak Black skipped a planned drug test on February 3 before taking one on February 8 that revealed fentanyl use. However, many believe that it was a narcotics case, and the “Super Gremlin” artist had been released on bail.
The rapper’s attendance at the three-day festival was his last celebration before undergoing in-patient treatment next week.