Kodak Black was arrested in Broward County on seven charges including child neglect, possession marijuana and theft a firearm Thursday.
Specifically, Kodak was charged with one count grand theft a firearm, two charges possession a weapon or ammunition by a felon, one count possession cannabis over 20 grams, one count child neglect and two counts probation violation, TMZ first reported.
The 20 year-old rapper was released back in June after serving 97 days a 364 day sentence. He was released early because he completed a voluntary life skills course while he was in jail. He'd since released a mixtape with fellow Florida rapper, Plies, called F.E..M.A. and his flow was the inspiration behind Cardi B's mega hit, "Bodak Yellow."
Kodak, who has been in and out legal trouble for the past few years, was currently on house arrest for one year and needed permission from his probation ficer to travel.
The rapper was livestreaming on Instagram when his house was raided by police.
“Your phone is part the search warrant. You’re not going to get your phone back," a man can be heard saying in the background the record clip, which has since made the Internet rounds.
Th rapper was booked into jail around 8 p.m. yesterday (Jan. 18), according to reports.
Kodak was also indicted on sexual conduct charges back in October 2017, the case for which is ongoing. If he's convicted in that case, Kodak Black reportedly faces up to 30 years in prison.
Since his arrest, social media has had a lot to say. Check out some responses below.