Kodak Black & Jackboy Beef That Led To Fatal Drive-By Shooting Results In 13 Arrests

Kodak Black is not facing any charges from the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office in connection to the shooting.

Thirteen people have reportedly been arrested in connection to a January 2023 drive-by shooting in Central Florida that left one woman dead and injured several of her friends. Investigators determined the shooting was a result of a high-profile social media beef between Jackboy and Kodak Black. A fourteenth suspect remains on the loose.

The shooting took place on January 16 shortly after Jackboy’s concert at The Barn in Sanford, Florida. Sheriff Lemma of the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office said it appears Jackboy was the intended target but instead, the suspects wound shooting several innocent people. Princess Tolliver, who was inside the van that was caught in the crossfire, was killed

[Princess Tolliver] was simply out that night enjoying time with her friends, enjoying a concert,” Sheriff Lemma said. “Her murder was the result of the criminal actions of others who demonstrated a total disregard for human life. In fact, our detectives have determined that none of the victims were the intended target that night.

“We found that the likely notice stemmed from a very public, high profile dispute playing out on social media and in the court system involving Jackboy and a known associate of the shooters, another rap artist…known by the stage name, Kodak Black.”

Sheriff Lemma said the alleged shooters, who are believed to be part of a Crips offshoot called OTF or On Top Forever, likely thought Jackboy was in one of the vehicles. Tolliver and her friends were simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. There’s no evidence directly tying Kodak Black to the shooting. He’s also not currently facing any charges from the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office in connection to the shooting.

Kodak Black and Jackboy used to be friends. In fact, Jackboy was once signed to Kodak Black’s label, Dollaz & Dealz, before their relationship went south. In August 2021, they got into a heated argument on Instagram Live. During the spat, Jackboy alleged he beat up Kodak Black while rapping one of his songs to him.

Last August, Kodak Black questioned Jackboy’s street cred, writing on Instagram, “You stole outta Sports Authority and went to juvie came home a gangster. I made you.”

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