Whitney Houston once said that she believes the children are the future and to teach them well so that they can lead the way. Well, Kodak Black is putting those words into action when his lawyer, Bradford Cohen, told TMZ that the rapper donated around $10,000 to the Jack & Jill Children’s Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Jack & Jill is a networking and leadership-building organization dedicated to upper-middle-class black families. In Broward County, Jack & Jill is known to be the “oldest nonprofit provider of early childhood education” offering programming and schooling for children between the ages of six weeks and 12 years.
The platinum-selling rapper grew up not too far from the facility in Pompano Beach, Fla. This exciting news arrives days after he released his first single “If I’m Lyin, I’m, Flyin” since being released from prison for firearm and marijuana possession. He still faces an indictment in South Carolina for sexual assault.
Two weeks prior, Kodak landed in hot water for threatening to attack Don Q and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie on Instagram Live. Black later admitted he was intoxicated, and his decision stemmed from the Bronx rappers accusing him of orchestrating an attack on their associates. According to Don Q, Black eventually called A Boogie to squash the beef.
The 21-year-old is currently at work on what may or may not be his last album before he quits rap. He tweeted on Sept. 16, “I probably drop 1 more album or 2 then quit this s**t.”
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