Jackboy, a well-known rapper associated with Kodak Black, just celebrated a pretty big legal victory.
The rapper’s power lawyer Brad Cohen, who also reps Kodak, took to Instagram to celebrate the dismissal of a felony robbery case filed against Jackboy.
According to documents obtained by AllHipHop, the Sniper Gang rapper was accused of living up to his name during an incident inside of the Fort Lauderdale International Airport on September 23rd, 2020.
An unidentified victim said he arrived in Fort Lauderdale on a flight from Charlotte, North Carolina, and when he exited the baggage claim area around 9:00 p.m three men were waiting for him.
The males approached, surrounded him, and said “you’re on the wrong side of town.” The three men beat the victim up during the disturbance and broke his finger, busted his lip, and gave him bruises to his head face, and jaw.
One of the men, who was later identified as Jackboy, stole the victim’s black steel suitcase and hopped into a Cadillac Escalade. The victim gave chase, and one of the occupants tossed the suitcase out into the street as the SUV sped off.
The victim revealed Jackboy was one of the perpetrators. The rap star, born Pierre Delince, was eventually arrested and released on a $50,000 bond.
In October of 2020, the cops contacted the victim and gave him a photo lineup in an attempt to identify the attackers. Fortunately for Jackboy, the victim said he could not identify his attacker since the whole altercation happened so fast.
“The victim further explained he had lost consciousness and sustained injuries from the attack,” according to a police report.
Jackboy beat a charge of robbery with no firearm or weapon, and earlier this week his $50,000 was discharged and voided.