Kodak Black is now allowed to collab in the studio and on stage with other rappers who have felonies.
A judge granted his request to work with performers who have records — which would normally be a major no-no for someone in Kodak’s situation. In the order, obtained by TMZ, the judge makes it clear the exception is only for work. Also, he’s cool to hang out with family members who might have records.
Kodak had already worked with fellow felon Gucci Mane before he got jammed up on felony criminal sexual conduct. But Black and his legal team just wanted to make sure if he is in the clear to work with felons again now that he is one himself.
This case makes you wonder how many collaborations fans may be getting robbed of because of two artists being felons.
In other Kodak news, he’s let it be very known that his new newly diamond-encrusted mouth is open for business.
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