Kodak Black Delivers His Second Son With The Help Of a Midwife

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Just moments after leaving the jailhouse, Kodak Black became a dad for the fourth time as he welcomed a second child with his partner. But rather than allowing the midwives to handle the delivery, he took charge.

Kodak Black Now Has a Fourth Child

News of Kodak Black’s fourth child was shared on X, where his girlfriend, Maranda Johnson, revealed that their bundle of joy arrived on February 27. That same day, she wrote, “2/27 a prince was born.” In a follow-up post, the new mom added, “Our midwife really let Bill deliver our son himself.”

Kodak, whose real name is Bill Kapri, performed the magic of delivery for this fourth child two years after the couple welcomed their daughter, Queen Yuri. Expectedly, the new parents are overjoyed, but Kodak has yet to share news of his son’s birth or name. What is certain is that they delivered a boy since Maranda called him “a prince.”

Meanwhile, Kodak’s journey to parenthood began less than a decade ago after the birth of his son, King Khalid. Not long after Queen was born, the rapper became a dad to Izabella, a 1-year-old girl from a past romance.

For now, the rapper seems engrossed in his romance with Maranda. During her pregnancy reveal, Kodak referred to her as his fiancee. Kodak Black’s fourth child arrives when he’s off the fight with the law.

According to HipHopDX, Kodak had been in jail following investigations and court battles to prove his innocence for drug possession. The rapper had been charged with possessing an overwhelming amount of illegal substances in his car and trying to tamper with evidence.

In the end, his lawyer proved his innocence; however, he violated parole and was found guilty. Still, the rapper is out of jail and has his family and music to focus on.

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