Ever since 2015, Kodak Black can't seem to stop running into the wrong side of the law. And unfortunately for him, it's not only hurting his personal life, it's causing his professional life to suffer as well.

TMZ reports that a concert promoter, Corey Minniefield, is suing the 20-year-old for $45,000 with claims that Black cashed his six-figure check without putting in the work aka showing up and performing at a scheduled concert. It turns out that Black was arrested and in jail on the same day of the concert (Feb. 28, 2017). Although, the concert date was later rescheduled, Black continued to be a no-show. (It's unclear if he was still in jail or if he just didn't show up.)

Minniefield isn't the only one who's had issues with Black either. Another promoter, Nicholas Fitts said he had to fire Black when he didn't show up to a New York show on March 3. Although it was rescheduled for April 15, and again on April 29, the young rapper was still in jail. Now, Fitts is out of $123,000 and is seeking to get it back as well.

Since Black dropped the popular single "Skrt" that landed him a deal with Atlantic Records, he's been arrested on six separate occasions for various charges including robbery, battery, false imprisonment of a child, possession of marijuana, possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, fleeing from officers and violation of probation.

Just last week, he was arrested again for grand theft of a firearm, neglecting a child and violating his parole, again, among other charges. Although Black's lawyer is crying foul on the latest arrest.

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