Kodak Black's legal problems are getting smaller and smaller.
Almost two months after the 20-year-old rapper dismissed three charges, prosecutors allegedly dropped the remaining crime figures stemming from the January police raid at his home in Florida
The Blast reported that Kodak was acquitted of the charges of marijuana and gun possession after pleading two suspended sentences: driving on a suspended license and "associating with criminal suspects"
a big break for Kodak as it significantly reduced his sentence in the county jail , He was initially behind bars for up to 1
"The state and the judge were professional and fair" Cohen tweeted . "I'm not just happy for a client, but for a friend, there are great things for him, and he's glad that's behind him."
As previously reported, Kodak was arrested early this year and sentenced to seven crimes after the authorities swarmed on 18 January. The raid, captured during Kodak's Instagram live broadcast, led to his arrest and several charges, including child neglect and gun theft.
Cohen reportedly questioned the legality of the raid on body cam footage as well as the involvement of the task force.