Kodak Black is used to drawing heat for his outlandish posts and pro Trump rhetoric. He is now getting some fire from fans for a different reason.
The Trump pardoned rapper is now under fire for posting a conversation with Broward County Commissioner Mark Bogen where he apologized for not giving Black props for his charitable contributions to Floridians.
Dale Holness was all for this proclamation, but Bogen spoke out against it. Then Bogen apparently apologized to Black in a conversation which the rapper recorded.
It’s illegal in the state of Florida to record a conversation when only one party knows they are being recorded. The video was posted online and racked up 500k views, but then it was deleted. This apology video was illegally obtained and that was likely a major contributing reason as to why it was nixed.
Kodak Black was pardoned for his crimes, but this new situation might land him in another stick mess of issues if authorities want to hold his feet to the fire. He deleted the post, but 500k people still heard a conversation that shouldn’t have been recorded.
What’s your take on this situation? Are you glad there are laws against recording someone without their knowledge in Florida? Sound off in the comments!