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Kodak Black Says He'll Give $1 Million To Charity If Trump Pardons Him

2,237 views | November 28, 2020 | News | By hiphopallaround

Kodak Black is still trying to work his magic from behind bars, in his latest attempt to get out of jail the incarcerated rapper offered yet another plea to President Trump, "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," Kodak said in a post on social media.



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@realDonaldTrump pardon Lil Kodak @KodakBlack1k #FreeTheReal pic.twitter.com/UgTV99wXAg

The latest plea to Trump comes after two other failed attempts to get help from the soon to be former President. Earlier this year in September, the rapper asked Trump to commute his sentence, due to "unfair sentencing," and alleged abuse from prison personnel while he was behind bars in Florida. Kodak's lawyer, Bradford Cohen, said of the petition at the time. "We still have the pending case in Washington DC against the BOP and the one in Miami against the US Marshall Service."

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Kodak Black is still trying to work his magic from behind bars, in his latest attempt to get out of jail the incarcerated rapper offered yet another plea to President Trump, “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,” Kodak said in a post on social media.






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@realDonaldTrump pardon Lil Kodak @KodakBlack1k #FreeTheReal pic.twitter.com/UgTV99wXAg


The latest plea to Trump comes after two other failed attempts to get help from the soon to be former President. Earlier this year in September, the rapper asked Trump to commute his sentence, due to “unfair sentencing,” and alleged abuse from prison personnel while he was behind bars in Florida. Kodak’s lawyer, Bradford Cohen, said of the petition at the time. “We still have the pending case in Washington DC against the BOP and the one in Miami against the US Marshall Service.”

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