A South Carolina solicitor has filed a motion to revoke bond for rapper Kodak Black and place a detainer on him.
The 21-year-old Black was released on $550,000 bond and house arrest on Wednesday in Miami on weapons charges, although he faces other criminal cases that could keep him locked up.
12th Circuit Solicitor Ed Clements seeks to detain Black in Florence on charges of first-degree criminal sexual conduct in November of 2016. Black, whose real name is Bill Kapri, was charged with allegedly raping a woman after a concert. He was released on a $100,000 bond.
Black pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to recent federal weapons charges that prevented him from performing last weekend at the Rolling Loud hip-hop festival. In the weapons case, an indictment says Black on two occasions falsely filled out forms to buy weapons at Lou’s Police Distributors in Hialeah, Florida.
The rapper, whose real name is Bill Kapri, was arrested before his scheduled festival performance.
Black’s lengthy rap sheet includes a recent arrest in New York on drug and weapons charges.