Arrested at the end of February, Kodak Black’s lawyers believed the “Tunnel Vision” rapper was to be released from jail last week, but the latest news for the 19-year-old reveals he will be staying at least another seven days.

The rapper, whose real name is Dieuson Octave, was in court on March 10 for a hearing to determine if there was enough evidence to consider him a “danger” to the residents of Broward County, Florida, the Sun Sentinel reports. No decision was made during the hearing and the judge scheduled a continuation for March 20.

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Following an arrest in October 2015 after he was accused of forcing people into a car after believing someone broke into his house, Kodak was arrested again in April 2016 for his connection in a suspected drug deal.

His arrests were turned into one plea deal and the rapper was sentenced to one year of house arrest and five years of probation. Under the terms of his plea deal, Kodak Black could leave his home for work purposes but only after approval.

The hip-hop artist’s latest problem arose when footage of him at a strip club in Miami and a boxing match in Cincinnati appeared online. Black’s lawyers have argued that his appearance at the boxing match was a professional appearance and say the strip club trip came from a misunderstanding.

While in jail, the rapper’s latest single, “Tunnel Vision,” has shot up the Billboard Hot 100 chart. As of March 10, the song was in the No. 4 spot. According to his lawyers, Kodak’s latest song shows that he has an “extreme social consciousness with regard to improving race relations.”

Although his single is proving to be successful, the rapper was forced to postpone the remaining dates on his Back and Better tour. “We are sorry to hear about the recent circumstances surrounding Kodak Black,” a statement from his record label, Atlantic Records, read. “His lawyers are working diligently on this matter.”