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Kodak Black Pleads To Be Sent To Rehab After Prison Guard Attack



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Kodak Black Begs To Be Sent To Rehab  

Kodak Black Begs To Be Sent To Rehab

A week ago, Kodak Black was sentenced to 46 months in prison after pleading guilty to gun charges. The Floridian falsified information on gun application and is now dealing with the consequence.

He also took responsibility for his crimes, “I’m sorry for the actions that led me for where I’m standing,” said the artist, “I do take full responsibility for my mishap.”

But before the sentencing, he was involved in a prison fight which led to the hospitalization of a prison guard. The security guard reportedly pepper-sprayed Kodak.

And it made him to turned and punch the guard twice before reportedly grabbing his testicles and holding on for so long that “his abdomen and intestinal wall were breached.” Four officers were required to hold him back.


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Later on, TMZ reported that Kodak’s team claims he was drugged and set up for the fight as a surveillance footage shows Kodak drinking from a cup of coffee twenty minutes before the fight broke out.

Well, new reports from Allhiphop has it that Kodak Black is now begging to go to rehab following his attack on a prison guard.

Kodak Black is attempting to serve a portion of his sentence in a facility that offers The Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP) for inmates.

If Kodak is granted entry into the RDAP, he would be housed in a unit specifically for inmates undergoing treatment for their addictions.

The rap star would be in the program for nine months and he would have to complete a 500-hour course. If his request is granted and he successfully complete the RDAP, he would be eligible to have some extra privileges during his incarceration, as well as the possibility to have one year shaved off of his prison sentence.