Kodak Black Released from Jail After Arrest for Trespassing
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The 'Wake Up in the Sky' spitter reportedly is taken into police custody while hanging out with some friends at his old neighborhood of Greenacres in his hometown of Florida.

AceShowbiz - Kodak Black had a brief jail stint when celebrating New Year. After he was taken into police custody for trespassing, the "Wake Up in the Sky" spitter was unveiled to have been released from jail.

The 24-year-old, real name Bill Kahan Kapri, was arrested on Saturday morning, January 1 in his hometown of Pompano Beach, Florida. He reportedly was busted around 1:30 A.M. near the 1600 block of Northwest 10th Drive.

Kodak was then booked on a misdemeanor trespassing charge at the Broward Sheriff's Office main jail. Luckily, it did not take long for him to get freed from prison. He got his freedom back around 3:02 A.M. after posting a $25 bond, according to TMZ.

Offering more details of the situation was Kodak's lawyer, Bradford Cohen. Bradford claimed that the arrest took place when his client was hanging out with some friends at his old neighborhood of Greenacres.

It's also reported that the hip-hop star paid off credit card debt for 5 families living in the area who'd forked out for Christmas gifts for their children and loved ones. However, police officers suddenly showed up and allegedly told him he was in violation of a letter issued by the local Housing Authority.

Kodak himself has also addressed the issue by reposting his pal's Instagram Stories. In one of the snaps, it read, "I'm Donating All My Pub On This Album To Buy Out Golden Acres With @kodakblack." It added, "Yak Has Done So Much For Golden Acres And Management Is Upset They Can't Do A Thing For Their Own Tenants The Way He Can. Calling Troll Because He Wants To Show Love To His Cousins On NYE?"

"Toy Drives, Turkey Drives, A/C Unit Giveaway Drives, Back To School Drives.. And You Repay Him By Calling The Cops On Him During A Holiday," the note continued. "FOH. We Got Him Out In Two Hours BecauseThey Felt Stupid Taking Him."

For the record, Kodak received a cease and desist letter from the Housing Authority back in August after he donated air conditioning units. They accused the emcee of entering the property twice and filming a music video, causing "disturbances."

In the letter, they said, "Your actions have adversely impacted the Property's residents' right to peacefully enjoy the property." His lawyer Bradford, however, has fired back at the housing authority. The attorney claimed that they tried "to stop the assistance to the elderly and underprivileged during a heat wave and 2 year pandemic."

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