Kodak Black has reportedly blamed a GPS service for his recent trip through Canada that resulted in an arrest when re-entering the U.S.

A TMZ report filed overnight says Kodak had intended to drive himself from Detroit to Boston while on the road for his Dying to Live Tour. Though it's not specified what GPS service or navigation apps he was using, Kodak is alleged to have gone with the most direct route to Boston, a path that eventually took him through Canada.

According to the report, Kodak was unaware of this facet of the GPS route until he was told to present his passport. As we learned earlier this week, Kodak and several other people were later arrested when trying to cross back into the U.S.

Kodak was arrested at the Lewiston-Queenston Bridge on a criminal possession of a weapon and unlawful possession of marijuana charge. After posting his $20,000 bail, Kodak was filmed (see above) walking out of the Niagara County Jail with an assortment of bills blocking his face from nearby cameras.

Kodak's Dying to Live Tour, two dates of which were ultimately affected by the arrest, is next set to hit Philadelphia Friday. On the night of the arrest in question, Kodak's date in Boston was initially canceled without a reason being provided publicly. Attending fans weren't pleased: