Back in 2019, Kodak Black was sentenced to 46 months in prison, as a result of a federal gun case, in Florida.
He initially falsified information on gun applications, and went on to get arrested, while at the Rolling Loud music festival, in May, of that year.
During Donald Trump'slast day in office as president, this year though, he went on to pardon Kodak of his sentence, and he was finally a free man again.
After Kodak's release, he went on to thank Trump, and has showed him love on Twitter, frequently, since then.
In a new interview with DJ Akademiks, Kodak doubled down on his stance towards, Trump, as he maintained his appreciation for him.
Here, Kodak revealed how he would perform at a Trump rally, and how he even wants to "wash Trump's hand."
"I would come through for that boy. I'm embedded," said Kodak. "I wanna wash his hand. He looked out for me greatly.
In Kodak's interview with Akademiks, he also addressed people who aren't feeling the fact that he remains loyal to such a controversial figure in Trump.
Kodak cited how he's grateful that Trump was able to get out of prison, and how it weren't for him, he would still be in that position now.