Born in 1997 in the United States, the American rapper Bill K. Kapri aka Kodak Black has earned a huge fan following owing to the release of his songs ‘Zeze,’ ‘Roll in Peace,’ ‘Tunnel Vision’ and more.
As of 2020, his Net worth was revealed to be somewhere around $600 thousand USD.
His childhood comprised of regular schooling and a single mother who raised him. Later, Kodak Black joined a rap-group that went by the name Brutal Youngnz. He also became a part of the group The Kolyons.
Kodak began rising to fame around 2013 when he released a couple of his songs. He further rose to fame in 2015 and achieved his earliest feats when Lil B.I.G. Pac featured on the Billboard charts.
The 22-year-old is now well known for his projects Dying to Live, Painting Pictures, Project Baby 2, and more.
He does have a few inspiring messages for his fans who seek inspiration from him. One of his messages-
“I just hope to continue to be blessed. Elevate to something bigger. Somebody bigger. Somebody better.” – Kodak Black
Kodak Black has also been surrounded by countless controversies throughout his career. He has faced several legal charges in the past and has been questioned for his lyrics, which often appear to be violent to many.
Last year, he was found guilty of using false information in order to purchase four guns. Due to this, he had been sentenced to prison for 46 months- 4 years. It was expected that he could, at maximum, face prison charges of up to 10 years, and eight were actually being expected by the prosecutors, but his sentence was dramatically reduced to 4 years.
Even though the government had intended to jail him for 96 months, the court viewed his past anonymous charity work and reduced his sentence time to that of 46 months.