Kodak Black Releases Election Message From Jail: “Make Sure You Go Out There And Vote”

Kodak Black wants America to get out and vote.

The 19-year-old rapper encouraged everyone to hit the polls in a message from jail Tuesday (Nov. 8).

“Hello my fellow Americans,” KB says in the recording from a phone conversation with his producer Dubba-AA. “Make sure you go out there and vote because every vote counts.”

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While a four-month jail sentence is preventing him from voting this time around, the teen threw his support towards Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

“If I was able to vote, I would vote for Hillary Clinton,” he said closing out the election PSA with, “I’m Kodak Black and I approve this message.”

Peep the full video below.

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P.S.A. Voting is a privilege go vote today!!!!

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