After teasing it on social media, Kodak Black, who is currently incarcerated on gun charges, has shared his new album Bill Israel.
In November of 2019, Kodak took a plea deal in his federal gun case, which stipulated he serve 46 months in prison. Prosecutors were initially looking for Kodak to serve 96 months. Last month, the Florida rapper was transferred to USP Thomson from FTC Oklahoma City. Before that he was at Kentucky's United States Penitentiary, Big Sandy. Kodak previously alleged that he was mistreated and beaten by guards while at the penitentiary in Big Sandy. It was also alleged that Kodak, who is reportedly a practicing Hebrew Israelite, was not allowed to see his rabbi. On top of his gun case, Kodak is facing sexual assault charges in South Carolina. He's accused of raping a teenager in 2016 following a concert.
Meanwhile, Kodak spent $15,000 on frozen turkeys for families in Pompano Beach, TMZ reports. According to his attorney, Bradford Cohen, the turkeys were sent to the E. Pat Larkins Community Center on Wednesday, where people also received a bag of chips and sodas courtesy of Kodak.