Kodak Black's Attorney Angry Rapper's Request For Early Release Is Denied


Bradford Cohen, the attorney of rapper Kodak Black, has launched a scathing attack against the justice system as his client was denied early release from prison over the coronavirus -- while others have walked.

Cohen references Trump snitch, Michael Cohen and Tekashi 6ix9ine in his lengthy Instagram rant.

"It's amazing how the Federal BOP works. Here's a guy that still has over a 1.5 years left on his sentence and no signs of corona, in a min security club fed, the judge denies his request to be released, and Bop goes ahead and decides he is a candidate to be released," he writes.

"Meanwhile, @kodakblack sits in a penitentiary where i cannot have any meaningful legal discussions on any of his cases, 1100 miles away from his family, where there are cases of corona, for a paperwork offense, and they wont even agree to transfer him closer to his family, like the First Step Act suggested. The you have @6ix9ine0fficial who was accused of violent offenses, has prior history and is sent to a private prison and then released early as well. If you think there isn't a 2 tiered system of justice you are dreaming. #justiceforkodak" Cohen concludes the post.

Is he right?