Some may find it hard to believe that he’s free, but the release of Kodak Black has been long-awaited in the hip-hop industry. The 23-year-old Florida star was arrested after pleading guilty to possession of firearms charges while detained at the Canadian-American border.
One of the last things that Donald Trump did before his last day in office was to pardon the “No Flockin” rapper along with Hip Hop veteran, Lil Wayne.
“I Want To Thank The President @RealDonaldTrump For His Commitment To Justice Reform And Shortening My Sentence. I Also Want To Thank Everyone For Their Support And Love. It Means More Than You Will Ever Know. I Want To Continue Giving Back, Learning And Growing,” Kodak penned on Twitter upon his release.
Since the rap star has been pardoned, fans have been speculating that Kodak could possibly be cloned, similar to the belief that Gucci Mane was cloned when he was released back in May of 2016.
In an Instagram live, Kodak shuts down the clone allegations and lets it be known that he is not a clone. “Whenever this lil clone sh*t came out, I wasn’t really tripping on it, but yall blowing me now,” the rapper stated.
“You can’t duplicate this sh*t, all kind of n*ggas be tryna imitate this sh*t but they can’t duplicate this sh*t,” he continued.
“They know that, that’s why they was mad that I came home. All these n*ggas was scared for me to come home.”
While the rapper’s physical features may appear to be different, its safe to say his ego is still the same. Kodak Black is now engaged to rapper Mellow Racks. His attorney, Bradford Cohen, who’s name is tattooed on his hand confirms that the rapper is “engaged and very happy.”