A Federal Judge has granted permission to the rapper Kodak Black who can now travel for work, charity, and live shows.
According to legal documents acquired by TMZ, the judge approved Black’s motion to travel. Still, he will be required to give all of his whereabouts, including the hotels he’ll be staying at while on the road, to his probation officer. Black’s legal team detailed in the filing that the rapper is looking to expand his charity work to multiple states. Therefore Judge also approved him to move out of the state, just wanting his whereabouts in return. The rapper’s attorney, Bradford Cohen, also told TMZ that Black is interested in doing some shows and record label meetings.
The Florida-naive rapper’s prison sentence was commutated by Former U.S. President Donald Trump as one of his last pardons being in the office. Subsequently, Black was released from Prison in January 2021 and since had been giving us some music treats in the form of “Last Day In,” “Every Balmain,” and “Hit Bout It” with Lil Yachty.
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