12:15 PM PT -- Kodak was just released from jail and was caught on camera by local ABC affiliates leaving the station while covering his face with a fan of $100 bills.
Kodak Black is currently behind bars after getting busted while traveling into the U.S. to try and make a scheduled show in Boston.
The Niagara County Jail confirms Kodak is still in custody on a $20,000/$40,000 cash bond on charges of criminal possession of a weapon and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Kodak was taken into custody on Wednesday while crossing the Queenston–Lewiston Bridge, which is an arch bridge that crosses the Niagara River and serves as an international bridge between the U.S. and Canada.
The bridge is one of the busiest border crossings between the two countries and has multiple border inspection booths along the way.
We're told Kodak was driving a Cadillac Escalade with two other men when it was stopped by border officials. Kodak was found to be in possession of marijuana, and a Glock 9mm pistol was also discovered. None of the occupants in the vehicle declared the gun, so they were all busted for it.
A Porsche was also traveling with the Escalade and was found to have two loaded handguns, and a third in the trunk, along with more marijuana.
The "Wake Up in the Sky" rapper had a scheduled performance Wednesday evening in Boston at the House of Blues, but after two hours of waiting, the concert was canceled. The crowd was not told why the hip-hop star no-showed, and they were obviously very upset.
Apparently, the crowd became so unruly that the Boston Police Department actually put out a notice to avoid the area due to the crowd getting "out of control."