Kodak Black Takes Shot At Officer Who Arrested Him In Traffic Stop, Claims The Cop Just Wanted To Feel The Rappers “Big D*ck”
It looks like Kodak Black has some disparaging remarks for the police officer that recently arrested him during a Florida traffic stop.
The 25-year-old rapper, who was arrested on drug charges in Fort Lauderdale, Florida last Friday (July 15) and released after posting a $75,000 bond, jokingly claimed the officer who arrested him simply wanted to get a feel of his “big d*ck.” On Tuesday ( July 19) Kodak Black, 25, (born Dieuson Octave and legally changed his name to Bill Kahan Kapri) took to Twitter to share a rather interesting comment. In a since-deleted tweet, the “Super Gremlin” rapper wrote:
“Hey I’m Officer Pinky D*ck. The One On The News For Arresting The Rapper Kid With The Big D*ck And Alotta Cash, Yea My Daughter Talks About It So Much I had To Pull Em Over So I Can Feel It Myself .. No Lie Bro Felt Like He Had A Shotgun In His Front Pocket.”
Kodak also fired back at his naysayers with a defiant tweet that read,
“PEOPLE DON’T EVEN CARE TO KNOW WAS GOING ON THEY JUS WANNA BASH A NIGGA ! KWIK TO SAY A N*GGA A FAILURE OR SOME SHIT BUT GOD GONE ALWAYS MAKE MY ENEMIES MY FOOTSTOOL KUZ IM A GOOD N*GGA.”
In response to a fan who claimed his drug trafficking arrest doesn’t “add up,” Kodak wrote,
“Fasho Bra .. N*ggas Getting 120 & Sh*t Lol Sh*t Skr8 Tho Dey P*ssy Ah Jus B Tryna Slow N*ggas Down Right Kwik However They Can Come.”
As previously reported, the “No Flockin” rapper was reportedly near Fort Lauderdale, FL when he was pulled over for having illegally dark window tints. Officers searched the vehicle after allegedly smelling cannabis, which resulted in 31 oxycodone pills and over $74,000 cash being uncovered. Kodak Black was subsequently arrested on first degree felony charges.
According to reports, Kodak was driving his Dodge Durango with an expired license and expired plates. The rapper was charged with trafficking oxycodone of less than 25 grams and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. The Florida native was held at Broward County Jail before posting his $75,000 bond.