Kodak Black‘s stint in jail has left him extra charitable and giving than he was earlier than his seven months behind bars. Kodak’s legal professional Bradford Cohen tells TMZ that the “Tunnel Vision” rapper has been extra targeted on making a constructive influence and his newest transfer to show it’s his donation to a non-profit supplier of early childhood schooling, Jack & Jill Children’s Center.
Kodak is alleged to have donated at the very least $10,000 to the youngsters and extra good deeds are within the works the place he could pop by in particular person with chilly exhausting money.
Not too lengthy Kodak cleared up some beef on his path to a greater self when he let Don Q and A Boogie know that he would not need smoke. “I’m not gonna do nothing to no one. I don’t need no one to get shot. I don’t need no one to die on my behalf,” Kodak mentioned in a stay video. “I don’t need no blood on my palms. I’m just a bit child…. I’m attempting to be nice and be, like, the particular person I’m destined to be.”