During his rise in the rap game, the 19-year-old rapper from Pompano Beach has also seen his share of drama due to his life of crime.
In that same time, Kodak's caught a number of serious charges that have kept him off tour and, more importantly, kept him from truly becoming the superstar that vets like Master P say he could be.
Kodak Black is due back in court on May 4 for sentencing.
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While no formal charges were filed against Kodak, a police incident report was filed and presented to a court in a hearing.
These assault allegations were added to the list of probation violations that the Florida Department of Corrections were already drawing up on Kodak. Kodak allegedly "approached her and started acting belligerent," and when the victim pushed him away, "he began to punch her numerous times all over her body and then kicked her, stopping shortly after." The victim is said to have continued her shift, but alerted police the following night.
Just this week, Kodak was found guilty of violating his parole after getting hit with five years probation in May, 2016.
For those of you who aren't familiar with his numerous court cases, here's a breakdown.