In spite of the legal issue and rap beef he's tackled over the last year, Kodak Black apparently still found time to give back.
On Friday (May 3), His lawyer, Bradford Cohen, told TMZ that the rapper donated $12,500 to help one girl named Paige Cook's goal to collect enough notebooks and pencils to give to all 7,600 students in the Cleburne Independent School District in Texas. After the 14-year-old rounded up 40,000 pencils last year, Cook aims to step her game up in 2019, and Kodak has jumped in to assist.
A high number of students who go to Cleburne Independent School District in Texas come from low-income communities, so Kodak's effort certainly won't go unappreciated.
Kodak Black is no stranger to community service. The Florida rapper has given his time and money to several commendable causes within the last year alone. Back in October 2018, Kodak gave $10,000 to the Jack & Jill Children's Center in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
A few weeks later, Kodak donated $2,500 to South Carolina police officer Terrence Carraway, who died on duty after being involved in a shooting. Kodak donated to the late police officer's GoFundMe under Bill K Kapri, which is a name his lawyer had said he changed last spring.
As if that's not enough, Kodak paused everything he was doing to help save the life of a woman stuck in a damaged car. During an Instagram Live session on March 6, Kodak approached a woman who was involved in a car accident to offer his assistance.
If Kodak Black isn't a real life Superhero then tell us what he is then.