In an Instagram post, Bradford Cohen shared a statement regarding the Pompano Beach native Kodak Black and his trespassing case. Cohen also announced his dismissal on Wednesday, January 19.
“Case dismissed yesterday, the State agreed that this arrest and charge were not warranted Quick legal discussion….a cease and desist letter is not a trespass notice,” he wrote in the caption. “A cease and desist to a corporation is not notice to an individual. An invitee to a home, by the legal renter/occupant cannot be trespassed by a landlord.”
We have shared the news with you before on our website. Kodak Black was arrested last month in Pompano Beach for a crime. But Bradford Cohen immediately called this a misunderstanding. Kodak Black had gone there to meet some friends in the old Greenacres neighborhood and pay off five local families’ Christmas credit card debt.
The Broward County Sheriff’s Office received word that Kodak was in the area, and local police arrested him for violating a notice letter from the Housing Authority.
The letter was published in September 2021 after Kodak delivered 100 unapproved air conditioning units to Golden Acres Projects residents that summer. Instead of praising Kodak Black, they blamed it for the noise while they were shooting the music video. “Your actions have adversely impacted the Property’s residents’ right to peacefully enjoy the property.”
Kodak Black signed up for Broward County Jail at around 3am, after which he sent a deposit of $25.
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“Super Gremlin” peaked at number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 last week, joining “Tunnel Vision” and “ZEZE” as her third top 10 single. While Kodak was on Instagram Live that same day, Drake praised him in the comments, telling him “this is all for this generation and the next.”