Kodak Black arrested at Rolling Loud festival in Miami


The rapper, who goes by the name Bill K. Kapri, had previously been arrested on drugs and weapons charges when he tried to enter the US from Canada in April. U.S. Marshals explained the arrest was made following "an extensive investigation conducted by the U.S. Marshals, ATF and Miami-Dade Police Department's North Side Gang Unit".

Black will be charged with state and federal firearms violations.

Although the incident that prompted his arrest is now not known, he will face both federal and state firearm charges.

Kodak Black's mugshot after being arrested on gun and drug charges near Niagara Falls, New York, in April 2019. He also faces a charge of first-degree criminal sexual misconduct in SC after allegations surfaced that he raped a woman after a 2016 concert.

A photo of Kodak in handcuffs at the Federal Detention Center in Miami has surfaced and he is all smiles.

Earlier on Saturday, following false reports of an active shooter at the festival's first night, Rolling Loud co-founder Tariq Cherif issued a statement and cited an abundance of law enforcement on the grounds.

The three-day event, billed as the largest hip-hop festival in the world, showcases some of the biggest names in the genre, including headlines Migos and Cardi B, who performed Friday night.

South Florida's rapper who's legal name is Bill Kapri, was on the setlist to perform at the Rolling Loud music festival in Miami on Saturday at Hard Rock Stadium. He apologized to his fans in a tweet.

The festival later tweeted they had a "huge special guest" artist to replace Lil Wayne's set.