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Kodak Black raps about rough toilet paper in prison (listen)

Kodak Black raps about rough toilet paper in prison (listen)
Kodak Black at WGCI’s Big Jam in Chicago – (Photo by Eddy “Precise” Lamarre for Steed Media)

Much like his rap compatriot A$AP Rocky, embattled emcee Kodak Black has been jailed until his trial.

Unlike Rocky, who could get up to two years if convicted, Kodak is facing a number of felonies in different jurisdictions that could send him to prison for decades.

And, according to Kodak, life in the concrete hotel in Florida has been a pain in the butt. Literally.

This past weekend, Kodak produced a funky freestyle over the prison phone and had one of his crew members on the outside post the recording on his Instagram page.

Kodak decries the prison wipes, saying the “toilet paper too rough,” and then asks, “how about some Charmin in here?”

Speaking on another matter that makes Kodak’s rump sore, he brings up his previous romance with City Girls rapper Yung Miami. Talking about his rise from the ashes of abject impoverishment and his early introduction to hustling, Kodak takes a few swipes at Miami and her new man, Southside.

Kodak was born Dieuson Octave in Pampano Beach, Florida, but legally changed his name to Bill K. Kapri in 2018. He faces a litany of state and federal charges, including:

  • In April 2019, Kodak was charged with third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, and unlawful possession of marijuana by U.S. Border and Customs agents after accidentally crossing over the Canadian border and then trying to return into U.S. territory.
  • In May 2019, before he could perform at the Rolling Loud Festival south of Miami, Kodak was arrested and charged with two counts of making a false statement on a governmental form and being a felon trying to obtain a firearm.
  • He also has been indicted for allegedly raping a high school female following one of his concerts in South Carolina in 2016.
  • And if that were not enough, Kodak was served papers on a half-million lawsuit stemming from blowing off a concert that he was paid to perform at.

Federal prosecutors argued successfully to deny Kodak bond on the basis of him being a danger to society.

Check out Kodak rapping from the jail phone below:

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