Kodak Black Says His GPS Is The Reason For His Arrest At The Border
Kodak Black was detained at the U.S.-Canada border for possession of drugs and weapons earlier this week. Reports say that the "Expeditiously" rapper was in possession of a Glock 9mm pistol and marijuana, and another car believed to be owned by members of his team had loaded handguns and marijuana.
Per TMZ, the Florida rapper says that he got lost initially, and had no idea he left America. He was arrested at the Lewiston-Queenston Bridge heading into New York State.
"We're told he didn't realize until he was asked to present a passport, and at that point, there was no turning back ... so they stayed on the route," the site reads. "The rapper set out Wednesday to drive himself from Detroit to Boston, punched the destination into his GPS, and it put him on the most direct route ... through Canada, NY and onto Massachusetts."
His untimely arrest forced him to cancel a show in Boston on Wednesday night (April 17) and a show in Connecticut the following night (April 18), much to the ire of his fans in attendance. He is reportedly set to perform tonight in Philly.
"Kodak's run-ins with the law have also been a topic of discussion. The 21-year-old was released on August 18, 2018, after serving seven months for marijuana possession and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon," VIBE reported. "Kodak currently faces criminal sexual conduct charges and faces up to a maximum of 30 years in prison."