Kodak Black, despite a lengthy sentence, gives back from behind bars

Kodak Black, although he was recently sentenced to nearly four years behind bars, found a way to give back to the needy

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Kodak Black attends the 4th Annual TIDAL X: Brooklyn at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on October 23, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images for TIDAL)

With the holiday season coming into full swing, many people find themselves compelled to give back to those in need, and that includes rapper Kodak Black, who decided to do a good deed from behind bars.

On Tuesday, Black’s attorney Bradford Cohen took to Instagram to praise his client’s generosity. Cohen’s post featured a picture of thousands of gift cards to the grocery store Publix, which, according to Complex, are set to go out to families in Broward and Dade County in the rapper’s home state of Florida.

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On Wednesday, Black shared a picture of a woman, whose face was covered by an emoji, standing with Cohen and holding one of the many gift cards. In the picture, which appeared to be a screenshot of the woman’s Instagram story, she wrote, “I had the pleasure of meeting @lawronin yesterday and with his help @kodakblack blessed my family with two gift cards and toys to start my kids Christmas! I wasn’t expecting my day to go this way but God. I’m so grateful to you both. Happy Holidays.”

Black captioned the photo with a message of his own, “You Become Strong By Lifting Others Up, Not By Putting Them Down ???”


Earlier this month, Black was sentenced to 46 months in prison on weapons charges that include him lying on applications to purchase weapons in Florida. Complex reported that the rapper is appealing his sentence.

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