Kodak Black back after shot in the leg

Kodak Black back after shot in the leg

Kodak Black was shot on February 11 outside a West Hollywood after-party organized by Justin Bieber.
Black was standing close to The Nice Guy Italian eatery discussing with rapper Gunna when the shooting began. He was shot in the leg.

After his discharge from the hospital, he took to Instagram Stories and shared a video clip where he
flaunted his wounds. He shared the video clip on Saturday (Feb 19). In the video, he was sitting with his
friend who also appeared injured.

He was counting the stacks of cash in his hands when he said, “Whatever, n-gga take his licks.” “At the
end of the day, n-gga ain’t hidin’.” He then, at that point, points the camera to his leg where he got

Yak is Back!

Kodak Black was taken to a nearby medical clinic after he was shot. He was taken to the hospital in
stable condition. Initially, what caused the shooting was not clear. However, a Los Angeles Police
Department spokesperson said Kodak was shot when he came out from West Hollywood restaurant.
According to Bradford Cohen’s report to NBC News the shooting began with an “unprovoked attack” on
persons Kodak was staying with at that time. As security and Kodak came to their aid “several shots were fired at them by an unidentified assailant.”

Cohen said further, “Kodak was struck in the leg. It was not life-threatening, he will make a full recovery,
and he is in stable condition.”

Kodak Black is at present waiting on the post-trial process originating from his 2019 weapons case. He
was caught two times falsifying the federal form to buy firearms at the Miami gun shop. Donald Trump
however commuted Kodak’s sentence.
Kodak Black shared a video on January 17 where he celebrated being out of prison for more than one
year in his adult life. Presumably, he hopes to keep the pace.

“Since I was 14 … I wasn’t never able to catch a whole year out on the streets,” Black said. “To stay out
celebrating a year of freedom, caught that bitch. Instead of being in and out of juvie, detention center
program, gotdamn county jail, prison, shit like that … I see everybody doing the 10-year challenge so this is a big accomplishment for me.”

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