The incarcerated rapper and his team have teamed up with a community center in Florida to feed families in need in the local neighborhoods this Thanksgiving holiday.
AceShowbiz -Incarcerated rapper Kodak Black has provided more than 1,000 frozen turkeys for families in Florida this Thanksgiving.
The hitmaker dropped $15,000 (£11,400) for the birds, according to his attorney, Bradford Cohen, who told TMZ he arranged for them to be sent to the E. Pat Larkins Community Center in Pompano Beach on Wednesday (11Nov20).
TMZ reported hundreds of people waited in a long line of cars to get their free food, which also included snacks and sodas, courtesy of the “ZEZE” hitmaker.
His team members were at the community centre to distribute the turkeys during the giveaway, which lasted for two hours in total. Ahead of the event, they handed out flyers in local neighbourhoods.
- Quinton Jackson Files for Divorce From Wife Three Years After Reconciliation
- Julianne Hough Asks Judge to Avoid Offering Brooks Laich Spousal Support in Divorce Battle
- ‘Days of Our Lives’ Star Cody Longo Arrested for Alleged Domestic Violence
- Tyga Slapped With Lawsuit Over Unpaid Rent and Property Damage
According to Cohen, Kodak, real name Bill Kahan Kapri, is working with another community leader who focuses on feeding the needy for other future outreach projects.
Meanwhile, Kodak will be spending Thanksgiving in his new prison cell at United States Penitentiary Thomson, a high-security prison in Illinois. He was transferred there last month from the Kentucky prison where he claimed he was being tortured.
Despite serving time on a weapons charge until August, 2022, he recently dropped a new album titled “Bill Israel”, featuring artists like Gucci Mane, Lil Yachty, and Tory Lanez.
Kodak Black recently requested President Donald Trump commute his sentence in his federal gun case.
He was only supposed to get a six-month sentence for the crime, but instead ended up with year-long punishment, which has kept him in total lockdown since last September (19).
Source: Read Full Article