Kodak Black’s lawyer gave fans an update on Friday on how the Florida rapper is doing behind bars.
Brett Clarkson of The Sun Sentinel reached out to Kodak’s new lawyer Brad Cohen, who revealed that Kodak has enrolled in a Life Skills program following his recent transfer. Cohen had this to say…
“Dieuson is doing great, he was transferred to the location where the Life skills program is given,” writes Cohen in a note Clarkson posted to Twitter. “He has enrolled in life skills and we anticipate him completing it in the next 30 days. After that program is completed, I believe with his gain time and credit for time he has already served he should be released. We are excited the Judge gave him a chance to demonstrate that he can abide by the terms and conditions of his plea. I am grateful that I was hired for his sentencing after he fired his previous attorneys to assure he didn’t get years in prison.”
This report comes two weeks after Kodak was sentenced one-year behind bars for violating house arrest. However, there was a stipulation, if he completed a life skills program, Kodak could see an early release. Hence why he’s enrolled in the Life Skills program.
As always, we’ll continue to keep you updated on any developing news story.
— Brett Clarkson (@BrettClarkson_) May 13, 2017