Rapper Kodak Black Hit with $618K Lawsuit by Limo Company

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Rapper Kodak Black is currently embroiled in a legal battle with limousine service I&D Concierge, which alleges that the artist owes them a staggering $600,000 in unpaid charges. According to the lawsuit filed by I&D Concierge, Kodak Black accumulated the debt after allegedly failing to pay driving services provided by the company between 2018 and 2024.

The crux of the dispute lies in the alleged neglect of Kodak Black to cancel limo services provided by I&D Concierge when he opted for alternative transportation methods, such as ordering an Uber. This resulted in the limo drivers sitting and waiting for extended periods of time without any contact from Kodak Black and ultimately never providing transportation.

Kodak Black's attorney Bradford Cohen asserts that such practices led to exorbitant charges being accrued by Kodak Black, which his accountant disputed.

Cohen recently told TMZ that I&D Concierge “exploited” his client during a particularly challenging period in his life and contends that the company “acted in very bad faith” by intentionally prolonging their services to increase the bill.

I&D Concierge claims that Kodak Black racked up a total of $1.8 million in charges for their services, with $600,000 of that amount being disputed. While Kodak Black's accountant paid out $1.2 million to the limo company, the remaining disputed amount has become the subject of legal contention between the parties.

The notion of "bad faith" may be relevant if it's alleged that either party acted dishonestly or with deceptive intent. For instance, if the limo service knowingly overcharged Kodak Black for services he didn't receive or intentionally failed to communicate about billing discrepancies. Conversely, if Kodak Black deliberately avoided canceling services or misled the limo service about his need for transportation, that could also be seen as acting in bad faith. Ultimately, the applicability of bad faith hinges on the specific facts and evidence presented in the case.

Selena Richards
Selena Richards
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