Kodak Black was pardoned last month by Donald Trump in his last day as president. Since then, he has been back to work recording new music and making nightclub appearances. He was booked at a myriad of Tampa clubs for Super Bowl weekend. He was even honored at one of the events for giving back to the his local Pompano Beach community while he was incarcerated, most recently during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays last year.
Kodak Escorted Out Of Tampa Nightclub Due To Safety Concern
In one of his last club appearances in Tampa to close out Super Bowl weekend, there was a bit of a scare for Kodak. His security noticed that a red laser beam was on his shirt and from that point, he was quickly escorted out of his section out of an abundance of caution. This was very good work by security considering the fact that plenty of rappers do deal with plenty of haters and jealousy, especially in their home state.
Kodak Was Originally Serving 46-Month Sentence
Prior to the pardon last month, Kodak was serving 46 months in prison due to a federal gun case where he was caught falsifying information on gun applications. Several firearms were also found at various crime scenes in Broward County that was linked to Kodak. He was originally arrested at the Rolling Loud festival in Miami in May 2019. Kodak went on to be sentenced in May of that year. If Kodak continued this sentence, he would’ve remained incarcerated until August 2022.
Kodak Has Released Two New Singles Since Being Released From Prison
Kodak has been pretty consistent when it comes to music releases since becoming a free man. A few days after being pardoned, he put out his “Last Day In” single to celebrate his release. Over the weekend, the Florida rapper put out his “Every Balmain” single as he shouted out Jason Pierre-Paul of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. His team ended up easily defeating the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV, 31-9. That was their second SB win in franchise history.
Kodak Reportedly Offered To Pay Tuition Of Children For FBI Agents Killed In Florida
Kodak has done some very good deeds while in prison and he is keeping that same energy following his release. Yesterday, TMZ reported that he offered to pay the tuition for the children of the two FBI agents that were recently shot and killed in Sunrise, FL. They were Daniel Alfin and Laura Schwartzenberger. Kodak sent a letter explaining how he knows the pain of losing loved ones and doesn’t want there to be any worries about school will be paid for for the children in the future in college. Alfin has 3-year-old child while Schwartzenberger has a 4-year-old and 9-year-old.