Rapper Kodak Black — real name Bill Kapri — has been released from custody after his arrest Thursday attempting to cross the border into the U.S. from Canada.
The Blast reported that Black was arrested on charges of criminal possession of a weapon and unlawful possession of marijuana while crossing at the Lewiston-Queenston Bridge in Niagara Falls.
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Black was reportedly carrying a Glock 9mm pistol and marijuana — neither of which he declared — and was arrested along with the two others in the car: Stetson President, 24, and Madarrow Smith, 20.
A third man driving another car travelling with the group was arrested. 22-year-old Jeantony Saintmelus declared two loaded guns but did not declare a third police found in the trunk. Marijuana was also found in the vehicle.
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Black was on his way to Boston for a gig at the House of Blues, which he missed, angering concertgoers left in the lurch.
The rapper has reportedly been released on a $40,000 bond, or $20,000 cash bond.
After his release, reports WKBW News, Kodak Black was captured on video as he made his exit, covering his face with a big fistful of cash.