Florida rapper Kodak Black has a new home. The hip-hop star has announced he’s getting relocated until the coronavirus epidemic ends.
This week, Kodak jumped on his social media pages to break the news. KB revealed a new address in New York for people to reach out to him.
Last Thursday, Black went online to share a headline about himself helping out local Florida kids. He also highlighted some positive words about his major contribution.
“Even when he knows it wont help his situation, he still gives not because of an ulterior motive, but because that’s what he does. How many rappers that have been locked up help out from the box? @kodakblack #kodakblack #giveback #helpthecommunity”
Wait, There’s More
According to reports, Kodak hooked up over 600 children from his Broward County hometown with reading materials. The intent was to ultimately help get kids through the state’s temporary forced homeschooling.
The incarcerated rapper’s attorney, Bradford Cohen, tells TMZ … Kodak’s sending out 625 reading comprehension books to 625 school kids in Broward Country, FL to help offset the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Along with those books, he’s also planning to include supplies and notebooks for the students with a goal of helping kids in grades 1 through 5 meet state standards in reading … despite their new educational challenges.
Before You Go
Last week, KB went to his Instagram account with some digital smoke. In addition to clowning his peers missing out on making money with concerts and shows, he said he wanted the current coronavirus crisis to last until he’s released from prison.
“I ain’t missing out on nothing right no . You rap n****s can’t make no money right now. This corona s**t need to last until I get out.”