Kodak Black Writes Cryptic Message Online About ‘Real Friends’

Rapper Kodak Black performs onstage during the 'Dying to Live' tour at Hollywood Palladium on March 20
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Kodak Black has been speaking out a lot lately.

We covered the report, the Florida rapper took to his Instagram to apologize to Nipsey Hussle over comments he made about Lauren London last year. T.I applauded the rapper for his actions. Now Kodak is making a statement about “real friends.”

On his IG account, he wrote a message to his lawyer, Bradford Cohen and it says, “like you said pops, when yo back against the wall, you find out who your real friends is.” It’s not clear who the message is directed towards, but take a look:


Cohen has been vocal online fighting for Kodak’s alleged mistreatment in jail. Last year, Kodak got arrested on charges of making a false statement in the paperwork he filled out in regards to firearms. At the time, Kodak was already under indictment for a South Carolina rape case. In November last year, the “Zeze” rapper took a plea deal a judge sentenced him to 46 months in federal prison and three years probation. He’s serving his time at the Big Sandy Maximum Security Prison in Kentucky and will be eligible for parole in October 2022.