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Kodak Black In Concert - Washington, DC

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After serving 97 days of a 364-day sentence for violating house arrest, Kodak Black is now a free man. The rapper was released on Monday after completing a voluntary life skills course behind bars that made him eligible for early release.

As part of his early release, Kodak is now back on house arrest for another year and he’ll need to request permission from his probation officer and court if he wants to travel anywhere for work, even inside Florida, which is where he lives. According to TMZ, the rapper’s life skills course covered domestic violence, parenting, financial management, problem solving and self-control skills.

Kodak, whose real name is Dieuson Octave, wasted no time getting back on social media following his release:

And fans were just excited to see him as he is to be free:

Welcome back, Black!

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