Hip Hop artist Kodak Black reach out to his fans on Wednesday morning (February 5) and updated them with his current prison condition.
The 22-year old rapper was sentenced in November of 2019 to 46 months in prison.
Kodak Black whose real name is Bill K. Kapri, pleaded guilty in August of 2019, for making false statements when trying to acquire firearms from a federally licensed firearms dealer.
According to Judge Moreno, Kodak’s troubles have caught up to Kodak Black. His history with the law, isn’t something new, and that was taken into consideration on Wednesday. “Young people do stupid things,” Judge Federico Moreno tells Kodak. “But the problem is that you’ve been doing stupid things since you were 15.”
Prison life hasn’t been to kind according to Kodak Black who feels he will dies in prison. Claiming he is being mistreated since his incarceration. Accusing the prison of not allowing to see his family on holidays, and along with missing meals on certain days.
Despite these tough times, Kodak told his fans he is keeping his head up. Via his official Twitter account, Kodak Black said, “I Can Never Hold My Head Down, Ima Keep Rolling Like A Dam Fire Drill.”
Given the harsh conditions Kodak Black is facing, he is making a strong case in appealing his sentence. In January of 2020, Kodak was transferred to a Kentucky penitentiary where he will most likely serve the remainder of his prison sentence.