According to a report from HollywoodLife.com, Kodak Black looked ecstatic when he was taken into police custody on the 11th of May following his arrest in Miami for state and federal firearm violations.
Black, who was born Dieuson Octave, is also facing trial on allegations that he raped a high-school student in SC.
The Miami Herald said his arrest had come after an "extensive investigation", citing United States officials.
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Most recently, Black was arrested last month on drug and weapons charges as he crossed from Canada into the USA near Niagara Falls, New York. The statement said he was charged with a crime in connection with weapons, but didn't elaborate. He is scheduled for an initial appearance at the U.S. Courthouse in Downtown Miami on Monday.
Lil Wayne was set to perform at Rolling Loud Festival Saturday night, but in a series of tweets he revealed to fans that he would be canceling his set after refusing to be checked by festival police upon entering the grounds. Court records don't list a lawyer for him. Kodak Black and Lil Wayne are two of the biggest names in the music game, and neither one actually hit the stage.
The arrest was made by police from Miami-Dade's Northside Station and federal agents from the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, which spearheaded the investigation. It's now unclear if he was armed at the time of arrest.