The rapper was sentenced to seven months in jail. He was released from Broward County Mail Jail around 1 a.m. on Saturday, according to the Miami Herald. During this time he earned his GED, turned 21-years-old and petitioned to change his name from Dieson Octave to Bill K. Kapri.
Kodak Black had been in jail since January on charges ranging from gun and drug possession to child neglect. On Tuesday (April 17), Kodak struck a plea deal that will leave him behind bars until September.
We want to believe “Already Remix” would be a bounce-back for him in the hip-hop block.