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Kodak Black Seeking Permission To Work With Rappers With Criminal History

kodak black seeking permission to work with rappers who have criminal history

kodak black seeking permission to work with rappers who have criminal history

Kodak Black is playing it safe this time around.

Kodak Black was recently released from jail, and has no intentions of going back any time soon. In an effort to stay out of trouble’s way, the 20 year old Florida rapper’s lawyer, Brandon Cohen, has filed court documents with a judge to specify the terms of his house arrest.

TMZ has reported that one of the terms of Kodak’s house arrest is that he must avoid contact with known felons. Unfortunately, Kodak has collaborated with many artists like Gucci Mane, Young Thug, and Rick Ross – all who have had numerous run-ins with the law.

As a rapper, Kodak needs to consistently release new music to secure his bag, so he is hoping the judge will make an exception for business relationships and family members.

In the meantime, listen to Kodak on the remix of Kyle’s iSpy below.

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