Kodak Black Looks at Additional Prison Sentence After Pleading Guilty to Gun Charge
Having been ordered to serve the next 46 months in prison for his gun-related charges in 2019, the ‘Tunnel Vision’ rapper is now facing an additional two to seven years behind bars.
- Mar 14, 2020
AceShowbiz – Incarcerated rapper Kodak Black is facing an additional two to seven years in prison after pleading guilty to a gun charge in New York.
The “Tunnel Vision” star was taken into custody in April 2019, while attempting to enter the U.S. from Canada with three associates.
Border officials stopped their car, which had a temporary California registration, and arrested all four men after discovering four handguns and marijuana in the vehicle.
Black, real name Bill K. Kapri, appeared in a Niagara County court on Thursday (March 12) and admitted to a charge of attempted second degree criminal possession of a weapon.
He is due to be sentenced on 24 March, when he faces up to seven years behind bars, according to local news station WKBW Buffalo.
However, any prison time the 22-year-old receives will be served concurrently with his 46-month federal weapons sentence, which was handed down by a judge in Miami, Florida in November (19).
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