Kodak Black faces Lawsuit filed by Limo Company after Florida Shooting incident

New York City, NY: A limousine service in the Tri-State region has sued Kodak Black, saying that the rapper would spend over $200,000 per month on rides. The suit is seeking over $600,000.

The Queens, New York-based I&D Concierge sued Kodak on Wednesday, March 27, according to court records.

The defendants started employing Plaintiff for their transportation needs regularly in September 2018, according to their complaint. With Plaintiff, Defendants charged an average of about $150,000 to $200,000 per month from September 2018 through December 2023.

The complaint went on to say: “Through January 2023 and December 2023, as per the agreement, terms, and course of dealing, Plaintiff rendered the following services to Defendants, in response to their particular instance, request, and confirmed order, with a total of $618,070.11 (the “Charges”).”

Just this month, authorities asserted that a fatal shooting in 2023 was caused by the alleged beef between Kodak Black and Jackboy.

Fatal Highway Gang Shooting In Miami Related To Rapper Kodak Beef With Jack Boy

According to the Miami Herald, the shooting outside of a Jackboy concert at The Barn in Sanford, FL on January 16, 2023, was allegedly spurred by a “dispute” between the two artists, even though the police were careful to state that neither of them were directly involved.

According to Seminole County Sheriff Dennis Lemma, the gunmen had intended to target Jackboy’s team but accidentally shot another vehicle.

Princess Tolliver, a 31-year-old passenger, was one of six people hit by armor-piercing bullets in the apparently wrongly targeted van. She died at the scene of the accident.

Arrest Made In Case Involving $1 Million In False Cigar Label Scheme Involving A Man From Miami

The arrests of thirteen individuals, all of whom are alleged members of the OTF (“On Top Forever”) gang, were announced by the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office on February 26th in relation to the drive-by shooting. The investigation, which included over 120 search warrants, took over a year and culminated in the arrests.

On the other hand, one individual is still on the run with a warrant out for first-degree premeditated murder, a crime that carries the death penalty in the event of a conviction.

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