Kodak Black’s legal matters continue to weigh on him. Though he managed to get out of prison in 2021, he continues to deal with a plethora of issues. The rapper’s undoubtedly made some changes in his life, including enrolling in college. However, a judge signed off on an arrest warrant for him last week. The warrant went through the Broward County court, which stated that the rapper should be brought into custody immediately if any sheriff’s deputies encounter him due to a failed drug test.
The warrant against the rapper stemmed from violating his bail conditions from his oxycodone trafficking case, specifically mandatory drug tests. In a matter of weeks, the agency he was supposed to report to stated that he failed to uphold his end of the bargain. On Feb. 3rd, Kodak Black didn’t report for a mandatory drug test and didn’t submit a sample. A week later on Feb 8th, they said that his sample came back dirty. They claimed they found traces of fentanyl in his tests. Shortly after, footage emerged of the rapper’s arrest.
Judge Approves Kodak Black’s Drug Treatment
Things worked out for Kodak Black during his appearance in court on Tuesday morning. His attorney argued that a mix-up with Yak’s urine sample likely played a role in the test results. An employee for the lab that obtained the sample admitted there’s a possibility that an error occurred. From there, the judge and prosecution agreed to a hair sample instead to determine whether there were any drugs in Kodak’s system. However, the judge explicitly stated that the employee who took the urine sample shouldn’t conduct the hair sample.
Ultimately, the judge ruled in favor of Kodak Black’s defense team who requested that he should enter a 30-day drug treatment program. Even more, the judge stated that Kodak could begin the program next week after he performs at Rolling Loud California. Yak, who came to court in a pink and yellow suit, thanked the judge before asking if he could have a Jolly Rancher from the bowl on the bench, which the judge approved. Check the clip above.