By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
Over the weekend, Kodak Black was seen in Tampa for Super Bowl weekend. He made club appearances and was honored for his work in local communities while incarcerated. Kodak also sported a very different look with his hair and as he looked much skinnier. This comes two weeks after being pardoned by Donald Trump for his federal gun charges on his last day as president. Kodak was serving a 46-month sentence and had been in prison since May 2019.
The Pompano Beach rapper is continuing to make a difference in the community as well. According to TMZ, Kodak is offering to handle future college tuition for the children of two FBI agents that were shot and killed in Sunrise, FL. Kodak’s attorney, Bradford Cohen, sent a letter to the FBI Miami Division as it revealed the rapper’s offer.
The letter revealed how Kodak knows how to lose others and added that he wants the children’s education paid for. The two FBI agents ended up being identified as Daniel Alfin and Laura Shwartzenberger. They were originally serving arrest warrants and that’s when they were killed along with three other FBI agents suffering injuries. Alfin has a 3-year-old and Schwartzenberger has a 4-year-old and 9-year-old.
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