Rapper Kodak Black has been freed from the Broward County Jail Monday, records show.
Once the outside, the rapper shared a video of himself grooving to Lauryn Hill's "Ex-Factor" in the back of a Rolls Royce. He had been in jail since February 28th.
Black violated his house arrest terms past year, by leaving his home on at least two occasions. He faced a maximum of eight years in state prison, a term that was sought by Broward prosecutors. His completion of a life skills class, the sentence reduced to 180 days.
Now, instead of the Broward County Jail, he'll be free to celebrate his 20th birthday on Sunday. According to TMZ, the voluntary course covered domestic violence, financial management, parenting, problem solving and and self-control. Also, he remains on probation until Aug. 15, 2022, from the August 2016 conviction on robbery and kidnapping charges for which he was sentenced to house arrest. After his release on November 28, he was extradited to SC, where he still faces charges for an alleged sexual assault. He's accused of sexually assaulting a woman in a hotel room and could face a maximum of 30 years for that charge.
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