(AllHipHop News) Kodak Black and his legal team are hoping to catch a break, after controversial comments a judge made shortly before sending the rapper to jail.
On January 18, Kodak Black's plush house in Pembroke Pines was raided, and the rapper was hit with seven felony charges after cops found guns and marijuana in the residence.
On January 19, Judge Joel Lazarus ordered Kodak to be held with no bond, just minutes after he made the controversial comments.
According to reports, a Broward County Chief Judge has barred Judge Lazarus from presiding over first appearance court and the criminal court over the statements.
Kodak and his lawyers are considering their legal options, which could see the rapper released from jail as he awaits trial for his latest charges.
As for the house, Kodak was renting it and the one-year lease has expired and the landlord was very pleased, since the rapper damaged the home, in addition to having the property raided.