Kodak Black Is Not Allowed Back in South Carolina

Kodak Black Is Not Allowed Back in South Carolina

Except for this one reason.

Published December 7, 2016

While Kodak Black currently is celebrating his release from prison after posting a $100,000 bail, a new report has surfaced, reminding him and his fans that just because he's out on house arrest, the battle is still far from over.

As reported, the 19-year-old rapper is now banned entry to the state of South Carolina.

According to the report, Kodak Black will only be allowed to cross state lines to make his court appearances.

He currently is awaiting trial and is facing charges for first-degree criminal sexual conduct. If convicted, he could face up to 30 years behind bars.

To take his mind off of his current situation, the rapper shared his first post-prison single, "There He Go," racking up over a million views in the first 24-hours it was released.

Listen to Kodak Black's new single below.

Written by KC Orcutt

(Photo: Kodak Black via Instagram)


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