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According to Kodak Black‘s lawyer, Kodak has been donating to charity groups, religious institutions, and individual families in need while in prison. He is buying toys for the Broward County Paradise Day Care Center to help with their toy donations.
Kodak is also sending money and gifts to a family through the LightHouse For The Blind organization in Florida. He will be buying braille-assisted gifts, iPads, mattresses, voice-activated games, and more for a family with a blind child.
He will also include a $1,000 donation to Rabbi Kaplan of the Downtown Jewish Center Chabad, in order to help with new synagogue construction costs.
Kodak Black is currently incarcerated, serving a sentence of 3 years and 10 months after being found guilty falsifying documents to obtain firearms when he failed to disclose his criminal history on an application.