Not too long ago, it’s been revealed that Kodak Black has some pretty severe problems in jail. The rapper has recently spoken out against the alleged injustice he has to endure while he is serving his sentence.
The Shade Room wrote not too long ago that ‘He may be incarcerated, but Kodak is proving he will not be silenced. He took to his Instagram today to accuse a few correctional officers of mistreatment, alleging that he’s been refused meals and visits.’
Kodak details the abuse that he’s suffering while he’s behind bars and he even reportedly said that he’s being slowly killed there.
His mother and lawyers came to see him and talk about these issues, but he was put on a bus to Kentuck because they even arrived.
Someone said: ‘I hope they don’t do anything to that boy.’
One other follower believes that ‘he has made multiple colorist statements so I’m guessing that’s what they meant it’s okay to not like black women but don’t disrespect us, on the other hand, I dont think anyone should be treated like this but ppl are taking his colorism and running with it.’
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#PressPlay: #KodakBlack’s mother and lawyers speak out after there were posts made to his social media accounts where he alleges that he has been abused by authorities. They were reportedly scheduled to meet with him Wednesday to find out what was going on, but they say he was placed on a bus to Kentucky hours before their meeting. (📹: @wsvn)—(Swipe for previous posts)
Someone else said that ‘After I heard his verse in “Spar” I immediately became worried for his safety. Hope he is okay 🙏’ while another Instagrammer posted this: ‘Kodak was given too many chances to fix his life can’t do much now 💯’
One commenter posted: ‘This is the reality of many black men that are incarcerated right now,’ and someone else said: ‘All jokes aside somebody needs to help him, he just needed guidance.’
One other follower posted: ‘He wrote that, I’m impressed. Way better then r.kelly’s letters from jail,’ and another commenter also had a message they publicly wanted to share: ‘Stop putting y’all mothers in situations Like this. I am so sad.’
What are your thoughts on what Kodak is going through these days?