Kodak Black's been serving his time in Kentucky, where, apparently, the Feds won't let him see his Rabbi.
Kodak is not technically Jewish, because he hasn't converted. But he identifies with the faith and would like access to its appropriate holy man.
According to Black's lawyer and "father" Bradford Cohen, Kodak's attempts to see a Rabbi for spiritual consultation have been thwarted. He concedes the detention center's chaplain has told him all face-to-face meetings with religious figures have been suspended due to COVID. However, they're not even allowing Kodak to call or Zoom his Rabbi.
Cohen plans to sue on First Amendment grounds if the prison doesn't allow Kodak access to religion.
The Bureau of Prisons wouldn't speak on Black's complaint but assured TMZ it goes to great lengths to accommodate inmates' religious needs.