If Kodak Black is going to do anything, it will be to give back to his neighborhood! They staged an event at Ives Estates Park in Miami yesterday with radio personality Supa Cindy to honor over 20 women who are presently battling breast cancer or have overcome the disease. According to Local 10 news, women who attended the ceremony received wigs, monetary gifts, and even a journal with a note from Kodak. “I know they’ll enjoy it,” Kodak said of the women attending the event. I want to show these ladies that they are queens, that they are powerful, and that they will triumph.
Pray beside them. We’ll work together to get through it.” Taressa Hall, who is currently battling breast cancer, expressed her gratitude for the event. “It motivates me to keep fighting.” It inspires me to keep going on this path, to keep going on this road, and to be a testament to others that we can all survive,” Taressa added. Throughout the year, Kodak has continued to donate to deserving causes. He donated $20,000 to the family of a Florida police officer who died after getting COVID-19, as we previously reported in September.
The story of Fort Lauderdale police officer Jennifer Sepot impacted Kodak Black so much that he donated the money to her 2-year-old daughter to help her secure her future. Even while incarcerated in February, he promised to pay for the college fees of the children of two FBI agents killed in the course of duty. Kodak’s purpose was to make sure that the families who had been affected by the loss didn’t have to worry about paying for their children’s college educations.