Kodak Black has had problems with the law in the past, and to atone for them, he is doing great charity work. During Donald Trump’s presidency, Kodak was granted a pardon, and he seems to be paying it forward.
Kodak is headed to Dubai this week to make bank with his lucrative trip. The tour will see him perform at a concert and make paid appearances at various jewelers, nightclubs, and exotic car dealerships.
As Kodak is currently involved in a legal dispute with authorities, he needed permission to leave the United States. However, in doing so, he promised the judge he plans to donate a big chunk of his earnings to charity.
According to the legal documents obtained by TMZ, the motion to travel for work purposes points out he’s been allowed to travel domestically after the said deal with the judge. He’s also been keeping himself clean and drug-free.
It was further stated in legal docs that if given permission, Kodak plans to donate 10% of this week’s trip earnings to Dubai charity. According to his attorney, Bradford Cohen, a portion of that donation will also go toward the college funds of the children of the deceased Pennsylvania cops.
The two late cops, the 33-year-old trooper Martin Mack was a dad to two young girls, whereas the 29-year-old soldier Brendan Sisca was expecting his first daughter this July. They were recently killed by a suspected drunk driver.
Kodak was sentenced to 36 months probation in January 2021, all for the same gun case in which former President Trump commuted his sentence leaving his supervised release intact.
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