Rapper Kodak Black has been sentenced to 46 months in prison on weapons charges.
The United State District Court Judge Federico Moreno sentenced the rap star for lying about his criminal record while trying to purchase several pistols on two separate occasions.

Previously, Kodak Black was arrested on May 11 while on his way to perform at the Rolling Loud festival.
He was granted release on $550,000 bond on May 15.
But a federal judge revoked it less than three weeks later.
The federal judge called him a danger to the community because he wants to have access to guns.

Kodak Black had  previously been indicted on sexual assault charges in South Carolina in 2016.
He was also arrested in April at the U.S Canada border for possession of marijuana and a fire arm.

Kodak Black has been urged by government to be sentenced to 8 years.
Alleging he was involved in a prison fight that left one prison guard in a hospital.
The judge rejected that recommendation after further evidence proved the rapper was under the influence of a controlled substance when he attacked the guard who is still in the hospital awaiting surgery.

The rapper was told while sentencing:
Young people do stupid things, But the problem is that you have been doing stupid things since you were 15.

Kodak Black accepted responsibility for his crimes saying:
I am sorry for the actions that led me for where I am standing.

Kodak Black took to Instagram to ask his fans to hold it down for him till he is out of jail.

Sharing a photo of himself in prison uniform.
He wrote:
Hold It Down While I’m On Lock. Calling Shots From The Box.
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