WKBW in Lewiston, N.Y. was at the scene when Kodak Black walked out of the Niagara County Jail after posting bail on Thursday.
Kodak’s arrest was confirmed earlier in the day after he was a no-show for a planned concert in Boston at The House of Blues on Wednesday night, April 17.
According Boarder Patrol, Kodak, real name Bill, attempted to enter the U.S. from the Lewiston-Queenston Bridge. Agents approached a Cadillac Escalade driven by Kodak at a check point and made note of a strong smell of marijuana coming from the vehicle. Agents conducted a search and found a Glock 9mm and weed. Kodak was taken into custody, along with three men traveling in the vehicle with him. Occupants of a second car that was accompanying Kodak’s vehicle were also placed under arrest after guns weed were found in their car.
Kodak was charged with third-degree criminal possession of a weapon and unlawful possession of marijuana.
WKBW cameras caught Kodak as he left the upstate jail after posting bail. Accompanied by one other person, the Tunnel Vision rapper walked out with money fanned across his face in an effort to conceal his face.
As captured on the video by WKBW, after bail was paid, Kodak walked out of the upstate New York jail accompanied by one other person, and with money fanned across his face.
This incident is the latest legal trouble for Kodak. He’s expected to stand trial this month for a 2016 charge of first-degree criminal sexual conduct.