Kodak Black Comes Clean About Lean Use

Kodak Black Comes Clean About Lean Use

Kodak Black has admitted to drinking lean after his recent arrest. In a candid statement made on Instagram Live, he acknowledged his use of the substance but denied the possession of cocaine. 

‘I Was On The Lean Homie’

On Dec. 11 after a fan asked Kodak Black what happened the day of his latest arrest, which occurred on Dec. 7, the South Florida rapper admitted to drinking lean and being on other drugs on his Instagram Live. 

“I was on the lean homie. I was on the lean. I was asleep in front of my family house bro and that’s it. I was sleep in front of my people’s house,” Kodak said. 

However, the “Super Gremlin” rapper was quick to clarify that he does not consider himself a “junkie” or someone who indulges in hard drugs. In one of his statements, he vehemently declared:

“I Ain’t No Baser. I Ain’t No Junkie, B*tch.” 

Following Kodak’s confession, users on Twitter (X)  reacted to his claims of abstaining from hard drugs. One user named @worldex_ex commented “I’m not sure of this.” Another user named @pipsfinder commented “he can’t survive without drugs.”

Kodak’s Attorney Backs Him Up

The Kuthroat Bill Vol. 1 artist’s attorney, Bradford Cohen, spoke out about his client’s recent arrest, suggesting that it may have been a case of mistaken drug identification. According to Cohen’s statement to TMZ, he believes that the substance found during the arrest will likely be identified as Percocet, not cocaine. 

“In this latest case, my belief is that the ‘rock’ this officer found when tested will be a Percocet, not cocaine,” Cohen said. “The arresting officer tested the powder on the scene and says it came back positive for cocaine … but Cohen says, “The test they do is a presumptive test for illegal substances. It just turns blue.” 

Cohen further mentioned that Kodak has had a previous struggle with prescription painkillers, shedding light on the rapper’s history with these types of medications.

Updated By: Chris Samuel (12/13/23 at 3:43 pm)

Kodak Black Caught Swallowing Cocaine During Recent Arrest

As new details emerge from his recent arrest, Kodak Black found himself in hot water. The Florida rapper was reportedly caught with a mouthful of cocaine.

New Details Emerge

The 26-year-old rapper was apprehended on Thursday, Dec. 7, when police discovered him sleeping inside his black 2019 Bentley SUV, blocking part of the road. 

The arrest of Kodak took place as the officer noticed a strong smell of burnt weed coming from the rapper’s vehicle. Upon approaching the driver’s side, the officer found Kodak asleep with the window halfway down. Further inspection of the SUV revealed weed residue in the console and an alcoholic beverage in a Styrofoam cup. 

But what shocked the arresting officer was his discovery of the “Super Gremlin” rapper swallowing a mouthful of cocaine. Asking Kodak if there were any illegal items in the vehicle, the officer received a response of “weed.” 

Percocet Or Cocaine?

However, while the officer was running a check on Kodak’s driver’s license, he witnessed a white powder falling from the rapper and noticed that his mouth was full of the substance. Despite the rapper’s claims that it was Percocet, the powder was later confirmed to be cocaine. 

The troubling incident not only led to charges of possession of cocaine and tampering with evidence but also triggered a probation violation related to a prior federal case.  As of now, the “No Flockin” rapper remains in custody awaiting his court appearance for these serious charges.

Updated By: Yasmine Duhé (12/8/23 at 2:48 pm)

Kodak Black Arrested On Cocaine Possession & Other Charges

Kodak Black has once again found himself in legal trouble. The South Florida rapper was recently arrested for cocaine possession and other charges.

Kodak Black Arrested

Kodak Black, whose real name is Bill Kapri, is facing charges of possession of cocaine and tampering with physical evidence. This arrest adds to Kodak’s list of legal troubles and his recent saga of arrests, further fueling the controversies surrounding the artist.

On Dec. 7, the “Walk” rapper was arrested in Plantation, Florida, and was subsequently booked into the Broward County Sheriff’s Office. The specific details of his arrest have not been disclosed to the public at this time. 

Kodak’s Past Legal Woes

However, this arrest marks another setback for the rapper, who has made headlines for his previous brushes with the law.

The recent arrest is not the first time that Kodak has faced legal issues. In July 2022, he was arrested in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, on charges of possession of a controlled substance and trafficking oxycodone. His lawyer, Bradford Chen, had alleged that the arrest was a cover-up and sought a dismissal. 

Users on Twitter (X) reacted to Kodak’s arrest, with many not being surprised. One user named @Cejezy commented, “Bro can’t go a whole year without getting in trouble,” and one other user named @Troyse1 joked by commenting, “Trump is not coming to save him this time,” referring to former United States president Donald Trump pardoned him in January 2020.

Is Kodak OK?

On October 24, during an interview with Drink Champs, the South Florida rapper was seen exhibiting signs of being under the influence. His speech was slurred, and he appeared unable to sit still. Fans took to social media to express their worries, questioning why the hosts, N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN, decided to have Kodak on the show, given its promotion of alcohol and marijuana use.

‘Kodak Black Day’

On a more positive note, in November 2023, Kodak Black received an honor from Palm Beach County, Florida, as he was awarded his own “Kodak Black Day.” During the ceremony, he sported a blue jacket and hat featuring the slogan “Make America Great Again,” associated with former President Donald Trump. 

YSL Mondo Faces Drug Charges

Another rapper who recently faced drug-related charges is YSL Mondo. In August 2023, he was arrested in Georgia on multiple drug and gun charges after a search was conducted at his residence.

Originally Written By: Chris Samuel

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