Bus Outside Kodak Black Show Raided by FBI: Report
Kodak Black once again draws some unwanted attention from law enforcement.
According to a report TMZ posted Wednesday night (April 24), the Florida rapper was performing inside The Anthem venue in Washington, D.C., for the latest stop on his Dying to Live Tour when the FBI and local police searched one of the buses allegedly connected to the tour. Everyone on board at the time of the raid was immediately put into cuffs and taken off the tour bus.
As of this report, it's unclear whether the bus authorities raided belonged to Kodak or any of his tour crew members. Nonetheless, police searched everything inside the vehicle, including the luggage stored at the bottom of the bus.
The celebrity news site's sources also say The Anthem's club promoters denied the FBI and local police entry into the club when they tried to get in, though it's unclear whether that happened before or after the alleged raid.
The FBI's alleged raid on Kodak's bus comes over a week after the Pompano Beach, Fla. native was apprehended at the U.S.-Canada border. On April 17, Kodak and his two associates were arrested at the border by U.S. Customs Agents for weapons and drugs charges. The rapper was released a day later, but he was forced to miss his tour stop in Boston.
XXL has reached out to Kodak Black's camp for comment on this matter.
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