Florida Rapper Kodak Black will not be released from jail after authorities reportedly found two more arrest warrants while he was being processed for release, according to the Sun-Sentinel.
According to reports the young rapper’s temporary joy ended after authorities discovered two outstanding warrants for his arrest. One of the warrants reportedly was a “no-bond hold,” meaning he has to stay behind bars.
The warrants for Black’s arrest were reportedly from St. Lucie County, Florida and Florence, South Carolina.
News broke on Tuesday that the rapper was scheduled for released after a judge accepted his no contest plea to multiple charges.
Black was sentenced to one year of house arrest and five years probation for the no contest plea.