Chris Brown is apparently looking out for Kodak Black, who has been behind bars since January 18. Kodak hopped on Twitter on Monday (March 19) to announce he is out solitary confinement and getting some help from Brown. According to Kodak, the chart-topping singer deposited $10,000 in the incarcerated rapper’s prison commissary account.
“Fresh out the bing… that boy @chrisbrown just dropped 10 racks on my books, thats love,” Kodak (or someone with access to his Twitter account) wrote.
Brown and Kodak have collaborated in the past, teaming up on Breezy’s 2017 single “Pills & Automobiles.” The track appears on Brown’s 45-track double album Heartbreak On A Full Moon.
Kodak, whose real name is Dieuson Octave, was reportedly in solitary confinement for using a prison phone in an attempt to reach a person he’s forbidden to contact. He was arrested in January on multiple charges, including grand theft a firearm, gun possession, drug possession (marijuana), child neglect and probation violation.
Prosecutors later dropped three the charges — possession a weapon by a convicted felon, third-degree grand theft and child neglect — and added charges felony possession cannabis and possession ammunition by a delinquent. Kodak pleaded not guilty to the new charges.