Rapper Kodak Black’s fans are worried about him after reports about Kodak Black being ambushed surfaced on April 5. Here’s what transpired in the Kodak Black shooting incident.
For the fans who are still wondering, ‘was Kodak Black shot?’, the answer is no. The rapper is safe and sound. Reports about Kodak Black getting shot reveal it was his security guard who got injured in the incident.
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Kodak Black’s security guard injured
Reports about Kodak Black getting shot surfaced on Monday, April 5. According to Tallahassee Democrat, Kodak Black’s security guard got severely injured in the ambush.
The incident occurred in the parking lot of a Tallahassee McDonald’s outlet. The cops said that some individuals in a car had followed Black and his security guard. Following this the unknown persons, open fired at the rapper and his entourage.
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What happened to the security guard?
Black was to be the headliner at the Cultur3Fest event in the city. Several vehicles started following the rapper once he left Baja’s Beach Club on Pensacola Street.
The Kodak Black shooting incident left his security guard severely injured. Black’s security guard reportedly lost a large amount of blood. The assailants shot him in the femoral artery in his leg. As of Tuesday, he has undergone surgery at a local hospital.
Fans rushed to Twitter to express their concern after the news of the Kodak Black shooting incident spread on the Internet. Black aka, Bill Kahan Kapri, has been lucky in the past too. In January 2020, it was Donald Trump who saved him from a dark fate.
Did Trump pardon Kodak Black?
On the last day of his presidency, Donald Trump pardoned Kodak Black among other rappers. Another report in Tallahassee Democrat reveals that in 2019, the rapper was sentenced to 46 months in prison. The sentencing came as a result of the rapper pleading guilty to weapons charges.
The ‘I Wanna Live’ rapper expressed his gratitude to Trump for the pardon on Twitter shortly after. The rapper expressed, “”I Want To Thank The President @RealDonaldTrump For His Commitment To Justice Reform And Shortening My Sentence,” he wrote. “I Also Want To Thank Everyone For Their Support And Love. It Means More Than You Will Ever Know. I Want To Continue Giving Back, Learning And Growing.”