Back in April, #KodakBlack pled guilty to two probation violations, including driving on a suspended license and “associating with people committing crimes” and was sentenced to a year in prison.
His ancestors must be looking out for him because he just got his sentence reduced! He is getting out of jail next month after a judge granted a motion filed by his legal team. The judge gave him 30 more days of time served on paper, bringing his total to 120 days!
According to documents obtained by the @Blast, Kodak was supposed to be getting out in October with good behavior, but the Broward County Sheriff’s office lists his expected release date as August 18, 2018.
Now, when Kodak gets out, he’ll have his GED and will hopefully continue on a positive path to empower the youth