Tory Lanez Believes Kodak Black’s Coming Back Better Than Before

Rap crooner Tory Lanez is ready to bet big on the mighty return of Kodak Black. The hip-hop star has hit up social media to share his thoughts on KB plotting his music comeback after a stint behind bars.

Tory Lanez Believes Kodak Black’s Big Comeback Is Here

TL went to his Twitter page to keep things 100. Lanez suggested Black is going to be at the top of his game with the new music he’s gearing up to release.

“Y’all N*gga’s don’t understand how hard this n*gga Kodak finna come back 😤😤😤😤😤😤”

Footage has started to circulate online showing off Kodak’s new iced-out grill and jewelry.

““I done stood up in that water with all kind of divers. I done made it out that fire, like a firefighter.” #KODAKHOME 🐐💎🩸”

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Tory Lanez believes Kodak Black’s big comeback is here.

Kodak Black Shares New Tattoo

Recently, Kodak took to his Instagram Story to reveal he tattooed his lawyer’s name onto his hand. He shared the massive token of appreciation for famed legal muscle Bradford Cohen, which was done on the side of his left hand.

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Kodak Black Still Faces Sexual Assault Charge

Thanks to a pardon from former president Donald Trump, the Florida rapper can put the weapons charges that landed him in federal prison behind him. But the chart-topping artist is still not free and clear from his troubles with the law. Kodak Black is out of jail after Donald Trump signed off on a presidential pardon, but the pardon doesn’t mean across-the-board immunity. The state of South Carolina still intends to prosecute the platinum-selling artist on charges that he sexually assaulted a woman in 2016.

Kodak Black has been pardoned by Donald Trump in one case, but he’s facing separate charges in another case.

Possible Prison Return Could Happen

The sexual assault case against Kodak, a.k.a. Bill Israel, carries a sentence of up to 30 years in prison if he’s convicted. In addition to the most recent weapons case, the 23-year-old has already been locked up several times for crimes related to drugs, weapons, robbery and assault.