Kodak Black's Lawyer Urges Meek Mill And Kim Kardashian To Help His Client Get Out Of Jail
Kodak Black, the rapper who was incarcerated after he tried to take guns across the United States-Canada border , was attacked last week while in prison, and now, his lawyer is reaching out for help. Hot New Hip Hop reported today that the rapper's attorney called on the likes of Kim Kardashian and Meek Mill for help.
As you may know, both Kim Kardashian and Meek Mill are active in the act of prison reform. Kim Kardashian, on the one hand, has worked with Donald Trump and Brittany K. Barnett to help first-time offenders get out of prison, whereas Meek was in prison himself for unjust reasons and has been fighting for justice ever since.
In recent years, both parties have been working toward prison reform in a number of ways. Often times, they call on political officials and figures to enact changes for those who have been treated unfairly by the system and some who may have been wrongfully convicted altogether.
Earlier this week, Kodak Black's lawyer asked for the help of Meek Mill and Kim Kardashian considering Black's situation seems to be getting worse behind bars. Reportedly, Kodak Black was attacked by seven guards in a Kentucky prison.
According to reports, Kodak Black was handcuffed and smashed over the head with a pole. Other reports claimed that guards flicked his testicles and told him he would need "bigger balls" to make it in the prison. Bradford Cohen, his lawyer, updated Kodak's fans on his situation.
You can check out Cohen's statement below in full:
As it was previously reported, Kodak Black pled guilty to gun charges after he tried to cross the border with weapons last April. Kodak, born Bill Kapri, was apprehended by the police when he drove across the United States-Canada border alongside three of his pals.
In addition to discovering marijuana, border patrol also found the aforementioned weapons for which he was charged with criminal possession of a weapon in the second-degree.
In November of 2019, Kodak Black was given a 46-month prison sentence in a federal penitentiary for buying a gun in Florida.