Kodak Black and his entourage were reportedly ambushed at a Florida fast food restaurant on Monday morning, and one of his security guards was shot.
The rapper was not injured and left the Tallahassee McDonald's in an armored car.
TMZ said Kodak Black, who was in northern Florida to headline the Cultur3 Fest music festival, had left a nightclub in the early morning hours of April 5 and was soon tailed by several cars driving erratically. At one point, Kodak's team pulled up to a McDonald's and a car was used to block the entrance.
One of the vehicles tailing the entourage reportedly followed them to the restaurant entrance but left. However, the car quickly returned and people inside the vehicle began shooting.
As result of the gunfire, one of Kodak's security guards was shot in the leg while inside a car. He was then rushed to an area hospital. TMZ said the guard was in "serious" condition while arriving at the medical facility because a bullet hit an artery. But Kodak's lawyer later told the website that the security guard is now in stable condition after undergoing surgery.
Kodak Black was not in the car with the injured security guard.
In January, the Grammy-nominated rapper had served nearly half of his of his 48-month prison sentence when Donald Trump issued a pardon for him in the waning hours of his presidency.
The rapper had pleaded guilty to a federal firearms charge following an incident in May 2019. He also admitted to lying about his criminal history while acquiring firearms.