Kodak Wants To Be Known As A Philanthropist

Kodak Black is one of the hottest artist out right now. He recently took to his instagram live and shared how he wants to leave his mark on the world. Building a legacy the father of three is focused on upgrading his public image as a philanthropist.

It's no secret Kodak has took the initiative to lead the charge in several different situations being of service. Giving back to Haiti dropping loads of water and helping many individuals in his local community by paying their rent of 28 families that were facing eviction. Kodak wants to be recognized more so for being a family man and what he does in the community verses a street credit.

Kodak Black has opened up about being done with his gangsta reputation. He said, "people care to be a gangsta." He doesn't care about all that any longer. Kodak doubled down, "I'm a philanthropist, a good n---a, righteous all that.

The 25 year-old was honored with his own day by Broward County Commissioner Dale Holness in 2021. Yak has had much success on the music front as well. His latest album was on Billboard's 200 chart at no. 2, Back For Everything.

Positive movement is always a vibe. Updates on Kodak and his philanthropist endeavors will be posted here.

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