Of course he’s blown, we all would be. As seen on SunSentinel:
Kodak Black knew it was possible he could be jailed again as he was driven to court Tuesday morning. The night before, his attorneys had told him about a warrant out for his arrest.
“Saddened” was Black’s reaction, one of those attorneys, Allan Stephen Zamren, said Wednesday.
Black, who was out on bail in an unrelated criminal sexual conduct charge in South Carolina, was set to perform in New York on Wednesday and in the coming days in Philadelphia; Rochester, N.Y.; Wallingford, Conn.’ and Columbus, Ohio. Those tour dates are now postponed.
News was also emerging when Black was arrested that his latest single, “Tunnel Vision,” released Feb. 17, had debuted in the 27th spot on the Billboard Top 40. The video, which takes on race relations in the Trump era, had over 27 million views as of Wednesday.
Black, 19, whose given name is Dieuson Octave, was taken into custody in a Fort Lauderdale courtroom on Tuesday on allegations that he violated the conditions of his house arrest. According to an arrest warrant filed by a Florida Department of Corrections officer, Octave failed to complete a mandated anger management program and went on unauthorized trips to a Miami strip club on Feb. 1 and a boxing match in Ohio on Feb. 18.
The warrant alleges that videos showed Octave at the boxing match and the Miami strip club. It wasn’t clear where or how the videos had been seen, but Octave is a prolific poster of photos and videos to his social media accounts, and those include posts on Feb. 18 showing him at the boxing event.
Octave’s lawyers dispute the allegations. They say that he was allowed to be at the boxing match and that the strip club incident was a misunderstanding. They also say they’ll address the anger management allegations in court.