Kodak Black is continuing to speak out against the alleged injustice he’s enduring while serving his federal sentence.

He may be incarcerated but Kodak Black is proving he will not be silenced. He took to his Instagram today to accuse a few correctional officers of mistreatment, alleging that he’s been refused meals and visits.

“They are strategically killing me slowly in here,” Kodak said in a lengthy post. “I have been humiliated over and over again.”

Kodak also made a second post speaking on the tragic death of a fellow inmate who Kodak alleges was driven to suicide after enduring pain and suffering at the hands of the prison’s correctional officers.

You can read all about Kodak’s claims below:

This isn’t the first time Kodak has spoken out from behind bars. Back in December he had detailed the alleged abuse he had been experiencing and spoke about how he had allegedly been drugged.

As we previously reported, Kodak was sentenced to 46 months in prison on weapons charges. Shortly after he was hit with two additional gun charges, each of which carry a maximum sentence of 30 years.

We also reported that Kodak expressed interest in entering a drug rehab program and obtaining his college degree.

We’ll keep you posted on any Kodak-related updates, Roomies.