Kodak Black’s DJ Speaks on Rapper’s Reported Prison Fight: “I Can Add Up Bulls**t”
Kodak Black was reportedly involved in a prison fight that left a guard injured but the rapper's DJ thinks something is fishy about the story.
On Friday (Nov. 1), the Project Baby's DJ, DJ Showtime, shared his skepticism about the alleged fight.
"Y’all know I always keep quiet about Kodak situation, but I’m say this and walk off!" he tweeted. "It’s just crazy how Kodak been in the FEDS cooling and staying out the way, but 2weeks until his court date he get into prison brawl!"
He followed up on Instagram, adding more context to his Twitter post.
"Now I’m not the smartest man in the world, but I can added up bullshit in a minute," he continued. "For Kodak to take that type of risk, y’all had to been fucking with my lil nigga! Y’all steady trying to find ways to fuck my lil soulja over, but you can’t stop what God have plan.. Free #KungFuKodak."
On Wednesday (Oct. 30), Kodak was reportedly involved in a prison scuffle at Miami's Federal Detention Center. According to Miami's Local 10, Kodak got into a fight with another inmate and kicked a correctional officer in the groin who tried to stop the rumble. The guard ended up with injuries that required hospitalization.
Kodak has been in custody since May when he was arrested on federal firearms charges. He pleaded guilty to the charges in August. Following his plea, he released a statement on Instagram.
"4 Months Ago I Was Jus Facetiming Da Baddest Females On Planet Earth , Na Im Makin Jail Calls Waitin On Mail Call," Kodak wrote. "Ya Sometime I Come Off A Lil Arrogant But You`ll Be Too If You Was Young & Rich Comin Up Out Da Projects , Shiddd I Walked Out A Juvenile Detention Center To Millions Of Dollars #IMAGINEDAT .. On Da Real , Im Feelin Its Sumn God Wanna Show Me Or Want Me To Do Cause Im Steady Going Through Da Same Thing , Hopefully These Lessons Turn To Blessings. I Appreciate Ya`ll Screamin To Me Too LOVE."
Kodak's sentencing date is set for Nov. 13.
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