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Kodak Black has voiced out his concerns about his health and safety in prison. The jailed rapper, Thursday, shared two long posts on Instagram about the conditions he has been subjected to at Miami Federal Department of Corrections.


In one of the posts, Kodak expressed his fear over his possible death in jail. He starts off with the story of a fellow inmate, Pete, who takes his own life in solitary confinement due to the lack of medical attention.


“Pete requested medical attention (like myself) which was denied ( like myself) because he felt like he was dying ( like myself ),” he wrote in part. “As Pete’s constant cried for help fell on deaf ears, he decided to take himself out of his misery by hanging himself from the bunk to end his pain and suffering."


“It’s sad because everyone was aware of his health issues and one C O could have found it in the kindness of the heart to do their jobs and simply call medical, his family wouldn’t be mourning his loss as of now. Everyone here knows of this tragedy but it’s being hidden from the public eye.”


The Pompano Beach native added he was grateful for the platform to “shine a light on this catastrophe and the injustices that go on within the land of these walls.”


He continued, “My deepest condolences goes out to Pete’s family. I need for y’all to contact me ASAP so I can send my blessings to your direction. Although, there is no price to pay for Pete’s life, I got some money for you all. I am sure it was hard having to greave over him during the holidays. I tried to do this sooner but they are not sending my mail out. [ From behind the cement with lots of love #Bill].”


In another post, Kodak called out Lieutenant F. Arroyo and Santiago Torres, suggesting they’re abusing their power. “Lieutenant F. Arroyo has been very vindictive towards me and I have a strong feeling it has something to do with me being set up, laced, bruised and brutally beaten two weeks before my court date,” he explained in the caption. “There is a big conspiracy going on in this building on Me. Santiago Torres is using her position wrongfully in Miami FDC and is abusing her authority."


“She has been writing falsified incident reports on me, to take phone privileges that I get once a week while in solitary. Also, doing anything to take my gain time so that I come home literally when I am supposed to.”

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