With the release of No Flockin in 2014, Kodak Black achieved fame as a solo artist. Painting Pictures is his second album on the US Billboard 200, and he has since become a well-known rap artist.
Kodak Black is well-known for his controversial remarks. In July, police officers discovered 31 oxycodone tablets and $74,960 in cash during the search.
In the aftermath of his arrest, Black went on a lengthy social media tirade, demanding that the cops return his seized automobile and $75,000. The tweets are no longer accessible because Black's handle is disabled at the moment.
Twitter for Kodak Blacks has been deactivated.
Kodak Black requested that the Florida Highway Patrol officers who arrested him return a Dodge Durango and $74,960 in cash they collected during his arrest.