Rapper Kodak Black is Facing Arrest Following a Warrant Alleges He Failed a Drug Test - WhatsOnRap

Warrant Issued for Kodak Black's Arrest as He Skips Mandatory Drug Test
On June 14, Judge Barbara R. Duffy signed off on a warrant for the arrest of Kodak Black, also known by his real name Bill Kapri, due to his alleged failure to attend a scheduled random drug and alcohol screening on June 9, as stated in the court documents. It is worth noting that, at the time of this writing, the warrant remains active and in effect.

Kodak Black's encounter with law enforcement took place on July 16, 2022, when he was apprehended following a routine traffic stop. During the course of the stop, the police reportedly discovered an assortment of over 30 Oxycodone pills and a substantial sum of $75,000 in cash within his vehicle. 
In response to these findings, Yak's attorney later asserted that the pills had been legally prescribed to the rapper to manage chronic pain resulting from a previous shooting incident earlier in the year. Consequently, the charges brought against him included possession of a controlled substance without a valid prescription, as well as the trafficking of Oxycodone in a quantity of less than 25 grams. Subsequently, Kodak Black was released from jail the day after his arrest upon posting a bail bond totaling $75,000.

Taking a step back to February, we find that the police had previously issued a warrant for the arrest of Kodak Black when he failed a random drug screening that revealed the presence of Fentanyl in his system. Rather than having his bail revoked and being subjected to immediate incarceration, Kodak was provided with an alternative opportunity for rehabilitation. 
He was granted a month-long stay at a drug rehabilitation facility, allowing him the chance to address his substance use concerns in a supportive environment.

It is important to keep in mind the evolving nature of this situation, and as of now, the warrant for Kodak Black's arrest, resulting from his failure to comply with the aforementioned drug and alcohol screening, remains active.

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