Kodak Black Kicks Guard in Prison Fight
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The 'Roll in Peace' rapper was involved in a fight that started between two inmates at the Federal Detention Center in Miami and left one guard hospitalized.

AceShowbiz - Kodak Black got into another trouble while in prison. The incarcerated rapper was reportedly involved in a prison fight in Miami on Tuesday night, October 29 that sent one guard to the hospital.

According to Miami's Local 10 News, the scuffle started between two inmates at the Federal Detention Center at 33 Northeast 4th Street. The 22-year-old star allegedly got into the fight with another fellow inmate and kicked the guard, who attempted to break up the altercation, in the groin.

The guard was taken to the hospital where he is treated for undisclosed injuries. He reportedly underwent surgery, but his current condition is unknown.

Kodak a.k.a. Bill K. Kapri was charged with falsifying information on federal forms to purchase three firearms, among other crimes in May. The "Zeze" MC was arrested shortly before he was set to perform at the Rolling Loud music festival in Miami on May 11, and he has been behind bars ever since. A weapon purchased by the rap star was reportedly found at the scene of a South Florida shooting.

He pleaded guilty to federal weapons charges in August, after initially pleading not guilty to the counts. A federal judge denied his request for bail, insisting he was a danger to the community. He could face up to eight years in prison if found guilty. The Florida-born hip-hop star is scheduled to be sentenced on November 13.

Kodak is also facing charges for alleged rape in February 2016 in South Carolina. He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison if found guilty in the rape case.

In April 2016, Kodak was arrested in Florida for possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, possession of marijuana, and fleeing from officers. The following month of May, he was arrested in Broward County, Florida and charged with armed robbery and false imprisonment. Later in September of the same year, he was sentenced to four months in jail after pleading no contest to two misdemeanor drug charges.

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