You May Never, Ever Again See Kodak Black

Kodak Black was arrested Thursday on charges including grand theft of a firearm

Kodak Black was arrested Thursday on charges including grand theft of a firearm

Bail was denied at a hearing Friday, and Octave must stay in jail until his attorney can make another bail request at a later date.

According to official documents, said to be have obtained by the publication, the police responded to Kodak's home after someone observed the Instagram vid of multiple men in a bathroom rolling joints and playing with a handgun - the video then reportedly showed the child being brought into the room.

Rapper Kodak Black was arrested late Thursday in South Florida on seven felony counts, including firearm theft, possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, and marijuana possession. Law enforcement can be overheard telling the Pompano Beach native, "Your phone's part of the search warrant - you're not going to get your phone back". He is being held at the jail without bond.

Octave has had a string of recent arrests, including in May 2016 for armed robbery, false imprisonment, and possession of a firearm by a delinquent.

Breaking: Kodak Black house was raided today by SWAT and he was arrested for Gun Posession, Weed Possession, Child Neglect and will be remanded in Custody for Violating his Two Ongoing Probation Sentences.

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We're told hours after a report was taken over the domestic dispute, a storm of police cars and officers returned and raided the house.

Just Monday, Kodak Black released a video for his "Roll In Peace" single with rapper Jahseh Onfroy, better known as XXXTentacion. A year later he pleaded no contest to two misdemeanor drug charges and served four months in jail.

After all of this, Octave was sentenced to house arrest and five years probation.

Kodak Black arrives for the 34th annual MTV Video Music Awards at The Forum in Inglewood, California on August 27.

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