Kodak Black is out here making best use of prison time.
The rapper recently took to his Instagram to reveal that he has now earned a GED, and this comes after he legally changed his name from Dieuson Octave to Bill K. Kapri and announcing that he’s writing a book in May.
Posting on his Instagram, the 21-year-old Florida native told his mother how well he performed. “I just received my high school diploma today and although it is a big accomplishment for me I am yearning for more. I appreciate my teachers Mr. Williams and Mr. Ward for those times when I would get frustrated you worked diligently to make sure I had the right materials and was ready for this big day. Those Saturday classes and putting in over time studying paid of. Momma I know I’m late but I got it,” he wrote.
Recall that the No Flockin rapper’s problem started after he was arrested in January following a raid in his Florida home. He was charged with “grand theft of a firearm, child neglect without great bodily harm, possession of marijuana, two counts of possession of a weapon by a felon, and two additional counts of probation violation charges.”
In March, Kodak Black asked the judge to permit his tutor to visit him in solitary so that he could prepare for his GED. Now, he has gotten himself an equivalent of a high school diploma, and fans are super proud of his growth.
See his post below.