Kodak Black may be behind bars, but that won’t stop him from getting his GED.
The 21-year-old rapper took to social media to share the exciting news. “I Passed My GED Ready Test Today,” he tweeted. “It Feels Like The Day I Bought My First Chain.”
The GED Ready is the practice test for the GED (General Educational Development), a set tests that when passed certify the test taker has met high-school academic standards.
Kodak, who recently changed his legal name to Bill K. Kapri, was granted a tutor in March to help him complete the certification. He pleaded not guilty to possession a firearm by a convicted felon and possession marijuana, and was sentenced to 364 days in prison. He is scheduled to be released in the fall.