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Kodak Black Gives Back to 28 Families, Helps Pay Rent



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Once again Kodak Black is helping those in need. The “Super Gremlin” rapper is giving back to over two dozen families in West Palm Beach, South Florida. Kodak announced on Tuesday, September 27th that he paid rent for 28 families of the Merry Place Housing Projects, who are currently facing eviction.

According to Complex, the artist wrote on his Instagram story that he paid the remainder of the years rent for these families who were behind. He said,

“28 families was bout to get evicted for being behind on their rent a few months, I paid what they owed and also paid their rents for the next few months, so they good for the remaining of the year.”

Kodak Black often gives back to his community and those in need.

Back in July of 2021, FM Hip-Hop reported that Kodak purchased $12,500 worth of air conditioners which he personally delivered to residents at the Golden Acres Projects in Pompano Beach. The rapper gave out 100 AC units. At the time, he said, “We out here passing out AC units, helping install them. We do it for the projects, we do it for the projects. The people relying on just enough cash to survive. We’ll get you all ACs man, we out here.” Our Source also reported that Kodak gave thanks while in Rehab. Back in November, the rapper spent just over $14,000 on over 5,000 turkeys to help families across South Florida for Thanksgiving.

More recently, the 25-year-old also donated 35,000 bottles of water to his homeland, Haiti back in August. Kodak’s lawyer, Bradford Cohen, confirmed that Black teamed up with a Miami supplier to bottle and process the water shipment. The rapper also joined Future and Lil Uzi Vert in 2021 for a benefit concert as the people of Haiti suffered a massive earthquake. As about three million people were affected by the tragedy, and homes destroyed, the proceeds from the concert were raised to help those who suffered. Kodak has also donated supplies to the country’s orphanages and food banks.

Stephanie Kinberg

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