Kodak Black has been sentenced to a year in the slammers after striking a deal with Florida prosecutors in his gun and marijuana case, according to The Blast.
K.B pleaded guilty to two probation violations — driving on a suspended license and associating with people committing crimes — after prosecutors dropped the other charges against him.
Bradford Cohen, Black’s attorney, was pleased with the end result, as seen in a Twitter post on Tuesday afternoon (April 17).
“Just completely resolved @KodakBlack1k case,” he wrote. “The State and Judge were professional and fair. I am happy not just for a client, but for a friend. There are great things instore for him, and he is glad to have this behind him.”
Just completely resolved @KodakBlack1k case. The State and Judge were professional and fair. I am happy not just for a client, but for a friend. There are great things instore for him, and he is glad to have this behind him. @breakfastclubam @XXL @AP @BBMAs
— Bradford Cohen (@bradfordcohen) April 17, 2018
Black was facing up to 12 years of incarceration following his January 18 arrest on multiple charges, including grand theft of a firearm, gun possession, drug possession, child neglect and probation violation. The charges of possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, third-degree grand theft and child neglect were dropped a month later, but prosecutors added charges of felony possession of cannabis and possession of ammunition by a delinquent.