Kodak Black Released Early After Completing This…

After being sentenced 364 days in jail, rapper Kodak Black is now a free man.

Kodak Black was released Monday morning from Broward County Jail after serving 97 days of a 364-day. According toTMZ The Florida rapper completed the voluntary “Life skills” program while behind bars which made him eligible for an early release.

A source within the Browder County jail told the publication that the life skills program covered topics such as domestic violence, parenting, financial management, problem-solving, and self-control skills.

While Kodak is known to have issues adhering the demands of being on house arrest, part of his early release involves him being on house arrest for a year. Before he can travel anywhere including within the state of Florida, he must first get approval from not only his probation officer but from the court as well.
The “Tunnel Vision” emcee violated his house arrest in the past by leaving his home without permission at least twice. One of those incidents involved a visit to a strip club.

Do you think Kodak Black will be able to complete one year of house arrest?