Yesterday, Kodak Black released another project in “Happy Birthday Kodak.” This was released as an EP, and contained features from Jacquees, Yo Gotti and more. This also comes less than a month after releasing his “Haitian Boy Kodak” album.
Friday was a huge day for the Florida rapper for another significant reason as well. According to TMZ, June 11 is now Kodak Black Day in his hometown area of Broward County. Broward County Commissioner Dale Holness was seen handing Kodak the proclamation, as the rapper posed for a photo with him, while rocking a Los Angeles Lakers jersey. This event went on to raise $5,000 for the Lippman Youth Shelter.
This event honoring Kodak was held at a charity basketball tournament in Coral Springs. Details of this proclamation include the milestones that he’s reached in his career as well as charitable work. This was a very lengthy list as well.
Even when Kodak was incarcerated, he helped feed people for thanksgiving, sent gifs to children on Christmas, and even started a scholarship in Meadow Pollack’s name, one of the 2018 Parkland shooting victims. $100,000 was also raised for FBI agents kiled in Florida.