Kodak Black’s team took to his social media accounts this morning demanding justice for the incarcerated rapper who they say was allegedly beaten while in cuffs by seven guards at the Kentucky penitentiary where he’s locked up.
His team says they heard about the alleged abuse from Kodak’s fellow inmates at Big Sandy, a federal prison in Marin County, Kentucky.
Kodak was allegedly struck in the head repeatedly with a metal object, according to his team. Following the alleged beatdown, his team says one of the guards allegedly flicked his genitals and said :you’re not so gangster now, you’re gonna need bigger balls to survive.”
Kodak’s lawyer has confirmed he has been notified about the incident and will be asking for a full investigation by the justice department and the FBI.
The status of Kodak’s condition following the alleged incident was not immediately available.
This isn’t the first time Kodak and his team have alleged mistreatment at the hands of prison staff.
Back in April, he made a lengthy post about the mistreatment and addressed concerns about the current coronavirus pandemic.
Before being moved to the Kentucky facility, Kodak also alleged abuse while he was incarcerated in Miami. He claimed the staff there was “strategically killing” him slowly.
As we previously reported, Kodak was sentenced to 46 months in prison on weapons charges stemming from a Miami arrest. He is reportedly set to be released in August 2022.
We’ll keep you posted on future updates.