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Kodak Black Pays Rent For 28 Families

Kodak Black Pays Rent For 28 Families

Kodak Black Pays Rent For 28 Families. The families in South Florida were facing eviction. The Miami rapper paid what they owed.

Kodak Black Gives Back To The Community

Kodak Black Pays Rent For 28 Families.  In fact, Kodak paid the rent up until the end of December. For some people, this was a lifesaver. Especially since they were facing homelessness.

We don’t often hear of such a kind gesture. However, I am certain those families are grateful. Yak aka Kodak Black joined forces with community leader Francky Pierre-Paul.

The Zachariah McQueen Foundation also assisted the families. Also, Yak explained he liked to help others. There was a time he lived in projects. Therefore, he knows how difficult life can be.

Having said this, last summer Yak gave out air conditioning units to residents in Pompano Beach Fl. According to XXL Mag, Yak was honored by Broward County Commissioner in Florida.

This was a result of his charitable endeavors.

In spite of his trouble with the law, this was a great idea. Often rappers are known for their bad decisions. In this case, Yak’s charity is celebrated. Hopefully, Yak will continue his philanthropic work.

Our communities need more rich people to help out. Okay, Yak, job well done. By the way, Yak can travel anywhere he wants. Because travel restrictions for him were lifted.

Now, he can leave the US and perform elsewhere. Not to mention, Yak dropped an EP of 4 songs in August. Thus, it appears Yak is back on track with his career. Has Yak decided to mend his ways?

But this may only be temporary. If I am not mistaken Yak has other legal issues to face. Be that as it may, this is good news.

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