The lyrics to Kodak Black’s “Tunnel Vision” continue to seem as though they have aged poorly as the rapper prepares for another prison sentence following his hearing in Niagara County, New York on Thursday.

During the “ZeZe” star’s court appearance, he pled guilty to attempted second-degree criminal possession of a weapon. A judge could sentence the 22-year-old, who was born Bill Kapri, from anywhere between two to seven years in prison. However, the serving of this time will be concurrent with his federal gun possession sentence. The sentence may or may not extend the rapper’s release date based on how long he gets, WKBW reports.

Later Thursday, a letter written by Kapri was shared on his Instagram. In the write-up, he revealed that he would be spending “60 days in the box.” Thirty of those days are reportedly in response to a “C.O. incident,” which left a prison guard hospitalized. Furthermore, Black revealed that law officials have taken his commissary, phone, and email privileges away. While the letter flows like a stream of consciousness, he also mentioned Zendaya, whom he wrote a poem to on Valentine’s Day.


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“Let me find out Zendaya on her Z [expletive] boi,” the star wrote.

A judge sentenced Kapri to 46 months in prison in November 2019 making his expected release date to be sometime in October 2023. The sentence came after he admitted to lying on background check forms while buying multiple weapons on two different occasions, The New York Times reports.

In relation to his latest plea, the “No Flockin’” rapper was one of four Florida men police arrested on the Lewiston-Queenston Bridge in April 2019. During the search of a number of vehicles, officers uncovered “four handguns, a loaded magazine cartridge and a personal use amount of marijuana.” The discovery led the star to be charged for illegal possession of marijuana and a firearm.

Black's court appearance for sentencing is scheduled for March 24.

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Rapper Kodak Black is pictured on Aug. 27, 2017 in Inglewood, California. Getty Images