Kodak Black is the crosshairs of the Pompano Beach Authority, which has a problems with Kodak donating air conditioning units in a housing project to help them beat the Florida heat.
Kodak delivered the AC units in July, but found the Housing Authority fired off a cease and desist letter, accusing Kodak of entering a property, and causing "disturbances." The Housing Authority claimed Black caused a disruption by shooting a music video on the property and playing loud music.
The Housing Authority said, "Your actions have adversely impacted the Property's residents' right to peacefully enjoy the property."
Kodak's lawyer, Bradford Cohen, fired off a letter to the Housing Authority and said it was sad and shameful. Cohen says Kodak did not film any music videos, and there was just some background music that was not loud at all.