Kodak Black, who has been very chatty on social media whereas being incarcerated, was on a video name from jail at this time (March 20) and throughout the dialog, he reveals how the coronavirus well being disaster is affecting his jail the place he is serving three years and 10 month-sentence on federal gun expenses. He additionally provides an replace on his forthcoming new album, Kill Invoice.
“We had misplaced energy like thrice. Proper, corona shit bought shit fucked up on the market, huh,” he says in a recording of the dialog. “It is unhappy, I simply hope that when the world ends I’m not in jail bro, trigger all these tragedies and shit be unhappy bro. Like how can this shit occur like that simply flip round and kill all these individuals, like that.”
Kodak additionally confirms that he is bought a brand new album on the best way—probably prior to individuals anticipated. “The music ain’t nothing, that is the straightforward half,” he says. “I am simply getting my thoughts proper.” He later added, “Hell yeah, Kill Invoice finna drop.”
Though Kodak is in jail, he is nonetheless giving again to the Florida group he was raised in. The incarcerated rapper’s lawyer Bradford Cohen advised TMZ on Thursday (March 19) that Kodak is planning to donate 625 books to kids at Broward County Faculties in Florida in an effort to reduce the influence on the children’ schooling. Kodak’s mission is to assist first via fifth-grade college students meet state requirements in studying even whereas they’re at dwelling underneath quarantine. Together with the books, every scholar will reportedly additionally obtain provides and notebooks.
In whole, the Dying to Stay rapper reportedly gave $5,000 to make the donation occur. With Broward County faculties being shut down till additional discover, Kodak’s staff is working arduous to ship the books on to kids’s houses.
Within the meantime, try Kodak Black’s 15-minute documentary about his Sniper Gang attire under.
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