The rapper, whose legal name is Bill Kapri, was released from a federal prison outside of Chicago on Wednesday, Jan. 20, after Donald Trump granted him clemency. He was serving a 46-month prison sentence for falsifying paperwork to obtain a firearm and served nearly half of that time.
Despite Trump pardon, Kodak Black will still face charges in Florence County.
Yak is praising Trump for "cutting up" and deciding to release Kodak Black
Kodak Black is a free man, "BUT" @KodakBlack1k will still face charges in Florence County, according to the TMZ.
Sniper Gang member went on Instagram live to praise Trump for releasing his friend Kodak, adding that the President insisted on "cutting up" one last time in office.
FLORENCE — Kodak Black will face trial in a Florence County courtroom for a 2016 crime despite having a federal weapons conviction commuted by former President Donald Trump on his last day of office — according to 12th Circuit Solicitor Ed Clements.