Update 04/22/2019 9:15am:
Although Kodak Black appears to be taking it all in stride, it's just been revealed that his latest arrest at the border may have large ramifications on his pending sexual misconduct case in South Carolina.
Sources have told TMZ that prosecutors are currently reviewing Kodak's latest arrest to determine if he violated bond conditions in his prior case, when back in April of 2017 the Florida rapper was charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct after being accused of sexually assaulting a teenager at a hotel.
Kodak had been released on $100K bond ever since, while it was last reported that a trial was originally set for April yet has been pushed back without a new scheduled date.
Update 04/18/2019 1:57pm:
It's just been revealed that Kodak Black has been released from custody on a $20,000 cash bond, while more details have been made available regarding his arrest.
The authorities are saying Kodak was driving a Cadillac Escalade with temporary California registration when he attempted to enter the U.S. with two other passengers, leading the police to find marijuana in Kodak's possession as well as a Glock 9mm pistol that nobody claimed inside the vehicle.
Meanwhile, there was also a Porsche traveling with Kodak's team with 3 other individuals, of which the driver confessed to having 2 loaded handguns in addition to a third that was later found in the trunk with more marijuana. A law enforcement source described one of the weapons as an "AK-style handgun with a 30-round magazine," adding that "it looks like an AK, but it's a handgun."
The passengers in Kodak's vehicle were both arrested for criminal possession of a weapon, while the driver of the Porsche was booked for criminal possession of a weapon and possession of marijuana.
After being a no show at the House of Blues in Boston on Wednesday (April 17), Kodak's show tonight at Foxwoods in Connecticut has been canceled.
Original 04/18/2019 11:18am:
Hours after it was reported that Kodak Black had canceled last night's show at Boston's House of Blues, it was revealed that the Florida artist had been arrested by U.S. Customs Agents for weapons and drugs charges at the U.S. border earlier that day.
Earlier this morning, TMZ reported that law enforcement officials had told them that Kodak and three other people were stopped at the U.S.-Canada border, where the "ZEZE" rapper was apprehended for criminal possession of a weapon and misdemeanor possession of marijuana that police found him along with two guns in his possession. The weapons charge is a second-degree felony, as Kodak is reportedly still in custody being held on either $20,000 cash bond or $40,000 bond.
The news comes after his criminal sexual conduct trial was postponed after a judge granted a continuance to Kodak Black's legal team, while at the moment there's still no confirmed rescheduled date.