The recent arrest warrant issued against Kodak Black has been set aside, according to an Instagram post from defense attorney Bradford Cohen.
The Broward Sheriff’s Office had previously issued the warrant, alleging Kodak Black had failed to comply with the conditions of his pre-trial release program, specifically his failure to attend a mandatory drug and alcohol test in early June of 2023. The set-aside warrant provides some legal relief for Kodak, who’s been involved in multiple legal issues in recent years.
In addition, the rap star’s previous conviction for making a false statement on a federal document during a firearm purchase led to a 46-month prison sentence, of which he served nearly half before Donald Trump commuted it.
Following his release, Kodak Black violated the terms of his supervised release in a federal gun case by failing a drug test, resulting in a mandated 90-day residential treatment program.
Despite these legal challenges, the recent warrant against Black has now been set aside, alleviating some immediate legal pressures. Kodak Black is scheduled to appear in court concerning last year’s charges.