Late last month, Kodak Black was extradited to South Carolina, where he faces charges of criminal sexual conduct. The move set up Kodak's release, as shortly after he posted $100,000 bond, but word out of South Carolina today is that the rapper has been banned from the state unless he's making a court appearance. Local NBC affiliate WYFF4 reports the ban, citing the extradition, booking and release that took place last week.

Kodak has turned to social media to share some of what he's been up to following his release, writing on Instagram, "I’m happy to finally be going home to my family and friends. I look forward to clearing my name in the very near future. I want to thank God, my family, my team (Vanessa, Phatboy and James McMillan), Atlantic Records, my lawyers and all of my fans for your continuous love and support. I can’t wait to get back to doing what I love most – working at being the illest rapper alive.” He as well posted an image of a bible and a photo of himself and his son.

Just yesterday Kodak, who is currently on house arrest in his home state of Florida, released his first song and video since being released with “There He Go.” The song is produced by Kodak’s trusty beatmaker Dubba-AA, who brought his studio equipment over to the rapper's house. They were reportedly making new music all weekend.

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