Kodak Black appeared in court on Wednesday (April 19) for a hearing that will determine if he will stay in jail for violating terms of his probation. Prosecutors are seeking eight years for the "Tunnel Vision" rapper if they can prove that he assaulted a strip club worker in Miami, and six years if they can only prove that he violated his probation.
During the hearing, Kodak's corrections officer Sandra Friedman spoke about the rapper, saying that while he's polite “He needs to deal with his problems and he definitely needs anger management.” She added, "He’s been honest with me. I think he needs to go into counseling immediately. I think he’s aware what’s going to happen if he doesn’t.” Friedman reportedly recommended prison if Kodak didn't go to anger management.
Jennifer Cunningham, the bartender who claims she was assaulted at Club Lexx in Miami, revealed more details about the incident in court. Cunningham claims that Kodak was standing on a cooler and when she asked him to get off, he made his hand in the shape of a gun and pushed her head. She then said that Kodak started swinging and kicking at her after she told him to get down.
The hearing is set to resume on Friday (April 21).