Kodak Black Just Helped Two Fellow Inmates Out in a Major Way

WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 26:  Rapper Kodak Black at Echostage DC on January 26, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Brian Stukes/Getty Images)

Kodak Black Just Helped Two Fellow Inmates Out in a Major Way

A refreshing 'W' for the Project Baby.

Published March 7, 2017

Kodak Black’s February arrest for probation violation is an unfortunate detour on what looked like a more promising hip-hop path for the Florida rapper.  

But while it may appear that he’s taken a few steps back, that doesn’t mean he can’t help others accomplish a step forward. 

Sharing some inspirational and self-actualizing thoughts on his Twitter, the Project Baby has taken on a new approach to his legal woes and decided not to let them crush his spirit. Revealing that he paid the bonds of two other inmates of the Broward County Jail, Kodak is glowing with good vibes despite being behind bars.

“The Devil played me, but God saved me,” he tweeted on Monday (March 6). “I just bonded out two people from Pompano while I’m here. I’m just trying to send some good energy out there in the universe.”

Currently, the “Tunnel Vision” rapper is being held at the institution without bond for failure to abide by several terms of his probation. Of the stipulations, he reportedly was required to undergo an anger management program. Documents from his violation charges also claim that he had been appearing at various unapproved locations from pictures and videos. Despite the charges landing him with yet another jail bid, we’re relieved to see that he’s still keeping spirits high for himself and others as well.

See Kodak’s good deed below.

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: Brian Stukes/Getty Images)


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