The rapper, Kodak Black, was arrested as he tried to cross from Canada into the United States near Niagara Falls, law enforcement officials said Thursday.
Kodak Black, 21, whose lawful name is Bill Kapri, was among three individuals going in a Cadillac Escalade with impermanent California enrollment over the Lewiston-Queenston International Bridge at 7:20 pm on Wednesday, the New York State Police said. It was vague where the men were going, yet Kodak Black had been booked to play out that night in Boston, around 400 miles east.
The men confessed to outskirt specialists that they had cannabis and guns. The state police said that Kodak Black was found with weed and that officers found a Glock 9-millimeter gun in the vehicle. The rapper was captured on charges of third-degree criminal ownership of a weapon and unlawful possession of marijuanae.
He was charged and remanded to district correctional facility with safeguard set at $20,000 money or $40,000. Kodak Black was in prison Thursday morning, and it was not quickly clear whether he had a legal counselor. Agents at his record name and at the occasion advancement organization Live Nation didn't answer to messages from The Associated Press looking for input.
Kodak Black is best known for tunes including "ZeZe" and "No Flockin"