According to Kodak Black’s lawyer, he was granted non-reported probation…

Kodak Black’s Lawyer Said A Judge Granted Him Non-reported Probation

According to Kodak Black’s lawyer, he was granted non-reported probation by a judge

It has been reported that there is some information on Kodak Black. Take a look at the most recent reports listed below.

KB “received some excellent news recently, per his lawyer, Bradford Cohen,” according to The Shade Room.

The musician was granted non-reporting probation by a judge, which means he can now relocate anywhere in the United States and go on tour!

Someone predicted that he would eventually become a suburbanite.”Go tiny Kodak,” said one commentator, and another added, “It’s a wee Kodak.” I lie to you, but you don’t lie to me. ‘

One responder wrote, “Praying my boy stays free. He is doing his thing right now.”

“Please give him his flowers,” said another user.

That youngster got switched to that informal probation,’ someone else wrote, and a commentator said, “Can’t get mad with a black man receiving what the white man is getting.”

We reported back in January that Kodak Black had been arrested. Examine all of the available information regarding what occurred.

Kodak Black was arrested earlier today in Pompano Beach for trespassing, according to South Florida’s @SunSentinel, but has now bonded out and been released from Broward Jail. At this time, no additional information is available.

It was disclosed in October that Kodak Black and Supa Cindy conducted a fundraiser for breast cancer patients and survivors. The fans were ecstatic, and they made sure to share their joy on social media.

If there’s one thing Kodak Black will do, it’ll be to give back to his community!

‘ They staged an event at Ives Estates Park in Miami yesterday with radio personality # Supapindy to honor over 20 women who are presently battling breast cancer or have overcome the disease.

According to @local10news, women who attended the event received wigs, monetary gifts, and even a journal with a note from Kodak, “The Shade Room reports.”