Kodak Black’s legal issues are compounding after TMZ reports that federal investigators are trying to see if there is a link between the Florida rapper and a shooting in Florida. TMZ put out the below statement concerning Bill “Kodak Black” Capri.
On March 7, prosecutors say, Kodak rolled up in a Porsche Panamera he rented and drove to the Golden Acres neighborhood in Pompano Beach, where Kodak grew up, and fired away. The feds say the intended target was a rival rapper, who was not hit but whose house — filled with kids — was littered with bullets. No one was hit.
Investigators claim to have a pistol from the scene which contained Kapri’s fingerprints. Plus, the feds maintain they found the Porsche about 14 miles from the gun-downed home.
Kodak’s attorney, Bradford Cohen implies to TMZ that he’s yet to see any type of reports that show Kodak’s fingerprints on the gun. It also seems prosecutors admitted that the weapon found on scene never fired. Cohen continued his statement by saying “Witnesses came forward to us as well and stated they did not see Kodak Black at the scene that night.”