By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
Kodak Black was sentenced last month to 46 months in prison but nonetheless, he continues to give back to families in need while he’s incarcerated. The latest good needs by him now come from his home state of Florida.
Kodak’s attorney, Bradford Cohen, spoke to TMZ and revealed that he’s spending over $8,000 on charities, religious organizations, and families in local communities. Toys are being sent to the Paradise Day Care Center in his hometown area of Broward County. In this move, 70 families will be receiving these toys.
A family that Kodak found out about at the LightHouse For the Blind who has a blind child will also be receiving braille gifts, voice-activated games, iPads, and beds. The Florida rapper will also be sending $1,000 to Rabbi Kaplan from the Downtown Jewish Center Chabad. This is a donation that will be used to help fund a synagogue.
Big salute to Kodak for continuing to make an impact in a positive on the people who need it the most. Giving back to the community you came from is always a real thing to do once you get in the position to do so. It’ll be interesting if these actions will play roles in him possibly receiving a lighter sentence.
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