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Kodak Black’s federal drug charges dismissed, but rapper to remain in custody

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Judge dismisses Yak's drug possession charges

gets a major leap towards his freedom after Judge Barbara Duffy dismissed his federal drug charges, Associated Press reported. However, the When I Was Dead rapper will have remain in federal prison as a separate tampering charge still stands.

Judge Duffy explained that the court dismissed the charge because they couldn't verify or negate Kodak's oxycodone prescription.

The charges stem from a December arrest where a cop found Kodak sleeping inside his Bentley on a Florida roadway and when approached, the rapper allegedly had white powder in his mouth, which the authorities claimed to be cocaine.

Kodak pleaded not guilty and denied being a coke-head in a video posted online. He, however, admitted to oxycodone and percocet use.

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