Kodak Black
Kodak Black attends the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards at The Forum on Aug. 27, 2017, in Inglewood, California. Getty Images

Rapper Kodak Black was arrested late Thursday in South Florida on seven felony counts, including firearm theft, possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, and marijuana possession.

Originally from Pembroke Pines, a city in Florida, the 20-year-old rapper was held in Broward County Jail in Fort Lauderdale for grand theft of a firearm, possession of marijuana, child neglect, two counts of possession of a weapon by a felon, and two counts of probation violation. However, the details about his arrest were not immediately revealed.

This was not the first time Black had a run-in with police. The rapper, who was sentenced for violating his house arrest to 364 days in the Broward County Jail, was released in June. His sentencing was related to a May 2016 arrest for armed robbery, false imprisonment, possession of a firearm by a delinquent, and fleeing or attempting to elude law enforcement.

In October, he was indicted by a South Carolina grand jury for first-degree criminal sexual conduct after allegedly assaulting a teenage girl at a hotel after a concert. He was later released on Dec. 1 on a $100,000 bond.

In 2015, he was arrested in Pompano Beach, Florida, for robbery, battery, two counts of false imprisonment of a child under 13 years of age, three counts of false imprisonment of an adult, driving with a suspended license, and possession of marijuana.

Born Dieuson Octave, Black has over 5 million followers on Instagram. He is widely known for the song "Tunnel Vision."

He began his career in 2009 at age 12. At the time, he joined a rap group called Brutal Youngnz under the stage name J-Black. He then joined a local rap group called "The Kolyons." In December 2013, he released his first mixtape — "Project Baby" followed by another in December 2014 called "Heart of the Projects," and in December 2015 a third called "Institution."

In May 2016, Black, along with rapper Lil Uzi Vert, announced plans to partner for a national tour called the "Parental Advisory Tour," however, Black did not appear on the tour.

Black's last post to his followers on Twitter was Wednesday when he asked his fans to write to Willie Ryan at the Broward County Jail in Pompano Beach, where the U.S. Marshals had held him.

A video was posted online, in which cops were heard questioning Black while telling him that they will take his phone as it was a part of the evidence. The video shared on YouTube had received more than 120,000 views at the time of publishing this story.