Meek Mill and Kim Kardashian have made it their personal mission to fight for criminal justice reform in recent years. The two high-profile celebrities have enacted several means to help fix the current system, calling on political officials to get involved make some important changes. As we have seen Kodak Black's story continue to go downhill, the rapper's lawyer is increasingly surprised that neither of the two is working to free Black. He issued a statement this week.

Over the weekend, it was alleged that an attack was laid out on Kodak Black by seven guards at his Kentucky prison. The guards allegedly placed him in handcuffs and beat him over the head with a pole, also flicking his testicles and taunting him, telling him he will need "bigger balls to survive." Bradford Cohen, the rapper's legal representative, has provided an update on his client.

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"So I will give a brief update. BOP bureau of prisons has not responded to my request for an investigation. I was able to speak directly to Bill today and he confirmed the story," said Cohen, using Kodak's government name. "Since the incident he is sensitive to light and has dizzy spells. I have all the officers names involved and have put them on notice. BOP needs to be overhauled @realdonaldtrump needs to put people in place that can overhaul the system or privatize the system so it is run effectively and with transparency. At every corner with requests for documents they try to stall or come up with excuses."

"This week some documents will be filed to shed light on some issues and hopefully start to rectify this injustice of a 22 year old man accused of lying on a form being sent to a Max prison 1100 miles from his family," he continued. "This type of thing happens quite often but most are scared to speak about it. @kodakblack is not, if there is retribution for him disclosing the filthy side of the justice system he is willing to take it head on."

Finally, Cohen called out Meek Mill and Kim Kardashian specifically, urging them to get involved and join the fight.

"Funny how when people say they want #JusticeReform its only for CERTAIN PEOPLE #JusticeForSome #FreeKodak #PrisonReform #WhereAreTheyNow? @kimkardashian @meekmill @reform," he concluded.

Free Kodak.