Kodak Black has not allowed the arrest on the border between Canada and the US to prevent him from being paid. The Florida rapper has capitalized on his recent controversy – whether it's from rap beef or legal issues – and created a platform where he's making headlines almost daily. His most recent lawsuit was a few days ago, when he tried to return to the US after trying to travel from Detroit to Boston, traveling through Canada and to New York. While he allegedly wanted to enter the US, he was stopped at the New York border and searched. He and his entourage were found with marijuana and loaded weapons.

The rapper paid his $ 20 bond and when he was released he immediately went back to work. Due to his brief detention, he had to cancel two shows, but yesterday he dropped the video because of his much-discussed single "Expeditiously" and has a series of shows in the series. However, TMZ reports that Kodak may need to rethink its upcoming Canadian concerts because it looks like it may be denied entry into America's friendly northern neighbors.

The release aims to feature Kodak in Montreal on Monday and in Toronto on Tuesday. The Canada Border Service Agency tells them, however, that "anyone crossing the border into Canada must prove he meets the conditions for entering or staying in the country, as well as participation. Criminal activities are grounds for to prevent anyone from entering the country. "

Persons eligible for entry, including those with criminal records, are considered on a case-by-case basis. People who are determined to have crimes or a serious criminal past will find more resistance at the border. Even if Kodak is rejected, he could apply for a temporary residency permit, but even then, it could fight its story like a lost battle.