Kodak Black Wants Permission to Work with Rappers Who Have Rap Sheets

Kodak Black

Hey, Your Honor …

Cool If I Work with Criminals?

6/13/2017 12:50 AM PDT


Kodak Black¬†wants to make sure his next duet doesn’t get his ass thrown back in jail.

Kodak’s attorney,¬†Bradford Cohen, filed docs Monday asking the judge to clarify the conditions of Kodak’s house arrest — specifically if working with rappers with a criminal history would be a violation.

In the past, he’s worked with Rick Ross, Gucci Mane and Young Thug … all of whom have rap sheets. Kodak’s been ordered not to associate with known felons, but wants an exception for work associates and family members.

Seems like the 20-year-old rapper’s learning. The last time he violated house arrest — by hitting a strip club — it cost him 97 days in jail.

The judge has yet to rule on Kodak’s request.

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