Rapper Kodak Black will be able to continue his education while behind bars.
A Florida judge granted Black’s request to receive tutoring in order for him to prepare to test for his GED, TMZ reports.
Black was arrested in February for violating his house arrest and probation. Police officials had told TMZ that he did not complete his anger management program and he left his house on more than one occasion without permission.
The rapper recently got out of solitary confinement after breaking a rule about prison phone calls.
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