Kodak Black Bonds Out Two Jail Inmates

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Kodak Black is temporarily unable to enjoy his freedom, but that doesn’t mean he can’t help his fellow brethren going through the struggle in the penal system. A member of Kodak Black’s team announced the “No Flockin” rapper bonded out two fellow inmates from his hometown of Pompano.

“The Devil played me, but God saved me,” he tweeted on Monday, March 6. “I just bonded out two people from Pompano while I’m here. I’m just trying to send some good energy out there in the universe.”

He added, “In Prosperity Our Friends Know Us .. But In Adversity We Know Our Friends.”

Kodak was jailed for violating his probation for charges from his May 2016 arrest for strong-arm robbery, false imprisonment, possession of a firearm by a delinquent and fleeing or attempting to elude law enforcement.

Kodak violated his probation by “failing to remain confined to his approved residence except for one half hour before and after approved employment, public service work, or any other special activities approved by the officer […] on various times and dates, as evidenced from the pictures on video showing the offender at various places that were not approved.”

The Pompano Beach rapper has strict guidelines on his house arrest, and was ordered to undergo anger management. Kodak reported neglected to complete the anger management program and went on unauthorized trips to a Miami strip club on Feb. 1 and a boxing match in Cincinnati, OH, according to an arrest warrant filed by a Florida Department of Corrections officer.

Kodak, 19, walked Broner to the ring for his match against Adrian Granados the night of Saturday, Feb. 18.

#kodakblack walks out with #adrienbroner before #adriangranados match

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Kodak’s attorneys argue he was allowed to be a Broner’s match.

Kodak’s lawyers don’t believe he will remain behind bars for much longer because allegations constitute “technical violations” instead of the commission of a new crime.

“We are vigorously defending this, and hopefully it’ll be resolved next week,” Allan Stephen Zamren told the Sun-Sentinel.

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