Take a look at his entire message below. Kodak Black tried to ease the concerns of his fans with a lengthy message on Instagram in wake of a troubling tweet that he posted earlier this week that has people growing increasingly worried about his safety.

Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. Kodak Black is free from jail once again and fans are freaking out. The 22-year-old rapper also said he refused to be silent about his prison conditions. They said in the petition, according to TMZ, that Kodak Black, who’s serving his time in a Kentucky federal prison, was sentenced to 46 months in federal prison on gun charges, but that the average sentence time for the crime is only 18 months. Cohen also added that Kodak Black has been charitable over the years, and said that this should also be considered when ruling on an early release. Share This Story. What do you think about Kodak Black seeking help from Donald Trump?

He will serve the remainder of his sentence at a federal prison in Kentucky. Kodak's attorney, Bradford Cohen confirmed the development weeks after the rapper filed a lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of Prisons for alleged torture, claiming his life was a living hell at the Kentucky prison. Feel like getting on touch or staying upto date with out latest news and updates? He’s reportedly been in lockdown for a year, and his attorneys are the only ones who are allowed to visit or call him. Regardless if that person locked inside a bathroom was him or not, Kodak is adamant that he's handling his time behind bars as well as can be expected. Marlene Simmons, Kodak's mother, held a press conference last month with attorney Benjamin Crump where the two expressed their concern for his well-being. It is about 2023 - Governor Yahaya Bello says (video), IPOB and other secessionist groups hijacked #EndSARS protest - National Economic Council, Tanker explodes in a filling station at Ajayi Road, Ogba (photos/videos), Woman survives 5 days with bullet in her head in Enugu, Confab report cannot be relied upon because it defiles equality - Minister of Special Duties, George Akume, I pray for a Nigeria that I can truly be proud to call home - Falz says as he turns 30, Looting will have negative effects on economy - National Orientation Agency, Actor Junior Pope Odonwodo welcomes third child, They took N650,000 from me, all my phones, destroyed my car and slashed my hand with a machete - Actor Clem Ohameze recounts how he was attacked (listen to audio). Kodak was moved from a prison in Miami amid complaints that he was being mistreated and drugged by correctional officers. He said back in April that he wanted a meeting with the president. The request comes after Kodak Black filed a lawsuit against the Bureau of Prisons, claiming he has been tortured while behind bars. : Jennifer Aniston Says Voting For Kanye West ‘Is Not Funny’, He Responds: ‘Friends’ Wasn’t Funny Either: Kodak Black filed a lawsuit against the Bureau of Prisons, EXCLUSIVE ‘Get Ya Life’ CLIP: Tamar Braxton Tells Production “You Stabbed Me In The Back”, EXCLUSIVE: Cardi B Source Denies Song With Nicki Minaj – There’s No Beef, But There’s No Song, Birdman Says He’s Paying May’s Rent For New Orleans Residents Who Are In Need, Beyonce’s Hair Stylist Says Her Hair Is “Realness” After Being Questioned If She’s Wearing A Wig Or Sew-In Weave, Cassie Chills with Joseline Hernandez, Jada Pinkett Smith Surfs + More Celeb Stalking, Stop & Stare: Jada Pinkett Smith & Smith Family Show Skin on Hawaii Vacay. "[Simmons] wants to make sure that while he’s in their custody, that he doesn't end up dead, so she is very concerned as well as all of her family that these allegations are to be taken seriously," Crump said. They continue and claim that he’s receiving unfair treatment after being involved in an altercation that left a guard in the Miami facility where Kodak was previously held injured. Kodak Black Files Lawsuit For Allegedly Getting Tortured While In Prison Kodak Black is taking legal action over his claims that he’s being tortured in jail. Jose is a contributing writer for Complex Media. Cohen said that Kodak should’ve only gotten sentenced to six months, but got 1 year instead. According to Pitchfork , Bill K. Kapri, better known as Kodak, is expected to be released from jail on August 18.