Kodak Black

Kodak Black is known as an American rapper, singer, and songwriter. He is most famous for his singles like "Zeze", "Roll in Peace", "Tunnel Vision", and "No Flockin".

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Background and Age

Bill K. Kapri was born on June 11, 1997, in Pompano Beach, FL. Kodak comes from a family of Haitian roots. His father left them immediately he was born and he was raised by his mom. He started rapping in grade school and furthermore regularly visited a trap house after school to record music. Furthermore, he additionally went through his days trying his hand at the understanding thesaurus and word references to build his jargon aptitude but the hood way of life got him. He was every now and again arrested in view of participating in fights and breaking and entering with his companions. He was removed from school for fighting and furthermore got arrested in middle school for auto burglary.

Girlfriend and Kids

Kodak Black has a child named King Khalid and the name of the youngster's mom is Jammiah Broomfield. He was in a previous relationship with Cali. The explanation behind their separation as Cali said was Kodak's cheating on her with various individuals while they were supposed to be as one. Kodak is currently dating social media star Cuban Doll.

Career and Net Worth

When he was 12 years of age, Kodak joined a rap bunch called Brutal Youngnz followed by joining the rap bunch The Kolyons. He released his first mixtape. 'Project Baby' in December 2013 and released another mixtape in 'Heart of the Projects' in December 2014.

Kodak Black turned out to be progressively well known when Canadian rapper Drake posted a video of himself dancing on Kodak's melody 'Skrt'. He got the chance to sign with Atlantic Records in the same year. He worked together with French Montana in the single 'Tetanus' which got effective in cresting at 23 on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

In November 2019, A Miami government judge condemned South Florida rapper Kodak Black to three years and ten months in jail on weapons charges, which was much less than the max10-year sentence he could have gotten. The judge, Federico Moreno said youngsters do dumb things and he typically offers them a reprieve for that but the problem with Kodak is that he has been accomplishing dumb things since he was 15.

Kodak confessed to lying when he obtained handguns at a Hialeah weapons store and again when he endeavored to purchase more firearms. He said he was sorry to the court and his loved ones.

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Last Modified: Aug 18 2020
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