Kodak Black Drug Arrest Images Released
Images of Kodak Black’s recent arrest for drug trafficking have surfaced on the Internet.
Here is everything you need to know.
Kodak Black drug arrest video surfaced
On Sunday, July 31, YouTuber Thin Blue Line shared video footage of Kodak Black’s arrest in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Two weeks ago, on July 15, Yak was driving his orange and blue Dodge Durango when police pulled him over for expired tags and illegal dye.
In the body camera clip, we can see the Love & War artist talking to the police while standing next to the police cruiser.
Black tells them that he just got back from Detroit after his recent performance at the time.
However, officers questioned him about the smell of marijuana coming from the car.
Black looks shaken as he replies, ‘This guy just gave me some weed. He doesn’t even smoke weed. I don’t have weed in my system, but he just gave me a few buds at the gas station.
He added: ‘I don’t even smoke anymore. He gave me a few buds, but I don’t even smoke weed. I swear to god.’
However, the rapper later confesses that he has weed in his car and no marijuana card.
Officers then ask the singer to wait outside while they continue to search the vehicle.
About 30 minutes later, a police officer informs Black that they found ’30 pills’ of oxycodone in the center console of his car. They also mentioned that he will be arrested.
However, the police officers on the scene allowed Black to speak with his brother.
Also, around the same time, police notified the rapper that they would have to wait until his supervisor could determine if he could keep the $75,000 cash discovered in the vehicle.
Yak replied: ‘My shit doesn’t smell like weed. I don’t smoke weed. I don’t smoke anything, do you feel me? It didn’t smell like marijuana.
After a few seconds of silence, the stressed star exclaims, “Damn bro, f*ck, dawg.”
The video also shows the rapper getting into the back seat of the police vehicle.
More on the Kodak Black arrest
Kodak Black was forced to spend a night behind bars, but was released the next day after posting $75,000 bond.
The singer is currently under house arrest for violating the terms of his supervised release in connection with a federal weapons case.