Kodak Black vows to pay $1M to charity if Donald Trump pardons him, Internet says he's ‘a couple months late’

'If The President Them Free Me , I’m Gonna Spend 1 million on Charity within The First Year I’m Out. That’s on Everything!!,' said the post


                            Kodak Black vows to pay $1M to charity if Donald Trump pardons him, Internet says he's ‘a couple months late’
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American rapper Kodak Black, who is currently serving his sentence till August 2022 after pleading guilty to illegal firearm possessions in early 2020, is willing to shell out a huge sum of money to get free as soon as possible. The 23-year-old hip-hop artist has requested Donald Trump for his pardon in his latest plea on social media. 

The ‘No Flockin’ hitmaker took to his Twitter account, which we are assuming is managed by his team since he is in jail, to post his plea, saying, “If The President Them Free Me , I’m Gonna Spend 1 million on Charity within The First Year I’m Out. That’s on Everything!!” Looking at his tweet, we are not sure if he is updated with the results of the elections. According to XXL Magazine, this is not the first time when he has tried to reach out to Trump in order to get his freedom. Back in September, the South Florida rapper had his lawyers reach out to Trump about getting his sentence commuted, citing an unfair sentence and alleged abuse from prison personnel.



 

Kodak’s latest tweet prompted several social media users to express their opinion. Speaking on the same, one user asserted, “That’s if you still have a million by the time you out.” One individual posted, “Kodak bribing for a pardon lmao.” Another added, “If you would have told him you would have voted for him you would have gotten out... and you wouldn’t even have to actually vote.” Referring to the win of Joe Biden in the elections, one user posted, “u a couple months late.” Another said, “Keep ur money Bill theres ppl a lot richer than u to who a million aint nothin, u the opressed one by the system.”



 



 



 



 



 

According to XXL Magazine, Kodak had also requested an in-person meeting with Trump in April 2020. In an open letter on Instagram, he had said, “I thought of something back in Miami but I dismissed it [‘cause] I be thinking I b crazy sometimes. This s**t keep following me tho! This ain't got nothing to do with my wrongful conviction, come see me I got my corona mask on.”

Speaking of his work, Kodak had dropped his new album titled ‘Bill Israel’ on November 11, 2020. HipHopDX had revealed in April 2020 that the album’s name was first called ‘Kill Bill.’ Kodak Black then changed it to ‘Bill Is Real,’ as reported by the hip-hop news website Hot New Hip Hop. However, in the end, the album was titled ‘Bill Israel.’ It is being observed that Kodak, whose real name is Bill K Kapri, named the album referring to his Jewish faith, which he had discovered recently.

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