Kodak Black is coming home earlier than expected.
The 21-year old should be released from prison on August 18 after a judge granted a motion filed by Kodak’s legal team that will give him an additional 30 days of time served.
In April, Black was sentenced to one year in county jail for violating his probation by driving on a suspended license and associating with people committing crimes.
He had been facing up to 12 years for probation violations after he livestreamed scenes from his Florida home in which guns and weed were present. However, his lawyer was able to argue that there was no way to prove the illegal items on the livestream were Kodak's and that Black and his crew “often produce music videos and other promotional videos, as is customary in the industry, using fake firearms and narcotics.” That allowed Kodak to plea down to 364 days.
Black is still facing 30 years in South Carolina for criminal sexual conduct in a separate case.