Kodak Black could be released from prison on August 14, 2022, according to a TMZ report. The rapper pled guilty to federal weapons charges in August 2019 and was sentenced to 46 months in prison the following November.
According to TMZ's report, Black will serve out his sentence at a federal prison in Kentucky after a brief transfer to a facility in Oklahoma — he served the first portion of his sentence at a federal prison in Miami. Black has spoken publicly twice about the alleged abuse he has suffered at the hands of guards and administrative officials at a federal detention center in Miami.
Black's release date could be complicated by a separate legal case: he still faces charges of first degree criminal sexual conduct in South Carolina stemming from an alleged 2016 incident.
The FADER has reached out to Kodak Black's representative for comment.