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Seems like things are looking up for Kodak Black as his wish has been granted to further his education while in prison, TMZ reported.
The rapper was recently ordered to spend 30 days in solitary confinement due to an unauthorized three-way phone call from a jail phone he made on March 16.
According to TMZ, he was attempting to contact someone he was prohibited to speak with. Following the incident he filed documents asking permission for his personal GED tutor to be given solitary confinement visitation privileges.
A judge has granted Kodak’s petition that a tutor visit him while he’s serving out his sentence in a Florida prison. On his list of requests, Kodak also requested a laptop, though there’s no word on whether that will be granted.
Kodak was released from solitary just three days after being taken away from the general popupation. That same day, his Twitter account tweeted that Chris Brown helped him with his books.
Kodak also recently received $10,000 on his prison commissary from Chris Brown.
Before prison, Kodak was studying for his GED, taking the necessary steps to finish. Stay locked in for updates on Kodak’s case as it moves forward. He is due back in court on May 3 regarding his two remaining charges from his January 18 arrest.