Police and FBI Raid Kodak Black's Tour Bus, Find Weapons

According to multiple reports, the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia and the FBI conduct the raid when the rapper is performing at The Anthem in Washington D.C.

AceShowbiz - Kodak Black has once again had a run-in with the laws. Multiple reports stated that the rapper's tour bus was raided by the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia and the FBI while he was performing at The Anthem in Washington D.C. on Wednesday, April 24.

The Blast reported that the police entered the tour bus and searched accompanying vehicles. Weapons were found inside the bus, but none of it belonged to Kodak, who was allegedly unaware of the search when it all went down. According to report, multiple entourage members were detained following the raid.

TMZ further claimed that the FBI tried to enter the venue of the show, but the promoters did not allow them inside. As for the reason for the raid, it was said that the police might have received an anonymous tip.

Reps for Kodak have yet to comment on the report.

This certainly wasn't the first time for Kodak to have run-ins with the laws. The "Tunnel Vision" spitter was recently taken into custody while attempting to enter the U.S. from Canada after border officials stopped his car, which had a temporary California registration. They discovered marijuana as well as an undeclared Glock pistol inside the vehicle. Soon after the arrest, he was released on a $20,000 cash bond.

In addition to this, he was charged with first-degree sexual assault. The charge stemmed from a 2016 incident at a South Carolina hotel, where Kodak allegedly pinned a high school girl down and raped her. State officials confirmed that the high schooler was not a minor at the time of the alleged assault.

Kodak is facing up to 30 years in prison if convicted. A trial date is yet to be set after his request to delay it was granted by a South Carolina judge.

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