Kodak Black's legal disputes have been well documented over the course of his life. The Florida rapper was already on strict probation, which involved a one-year house arrest sentence after leaving jail in June 2017, as he only served 97 days out of a 364-day sentence for a parole violation.
On the heels of his "Roll In Peace" video release, local law enforcement raided the 20-year-old's home Thursday night, (Jan. 18) where he was arrested and brought back to jail, reports WPLG Local 10.
The "Transportin'" artist was slapped with seven charges in all, according to the Broward County Sheriff's Office. The charges range from: grand theft of a firearm, child neglect without great bodily harm, possession of marijuana, two counts of possession of a weapon by a felon, and two additional counts of probation violation charges.
Kodak even documented a portion of the police raiding through his home on his Instagram Live. The broadcast only lasted a minute until an argument broke out over the seizing of the "Tunnel Vision" artist's phone. Law enforcement can be overheard telling the Pompano Beach native, "Your phone's part of the search warrant -- you're not going to get your phone back."
Kodak Black's lawyer was not immediately available for comment.