TSR Positive Images: Kodak Black has shown that he is a man that loves to give back on many occasions. Even while he was behind bars, Kodak and his camp managed to contribute to many causes, and he is now helping out two families in need.
According to TMZ, Kodak had his attorney Bradford Cohen send a letter to the FBI Miami division offering to pay college tuition for the children of two agents who were fatally shot in the line of duty last week. Cohen also announced Kodak’s contribution during an appearance over the weekend.
In the letter, Cohen cites that Kodak is no stranger to losing loved ones and growing up in a single-parent home. He says Kodak’s goal is to ensure that the families impacted by this loss don’t have to worry about sending their kids to college.
Kodak had agreed to pay the tuition for all three of special agents Daniel Alfin and Laura Schwartzenberger’s children. They agents were reportedly serving each warrants on Tuesday when they were killed. Three other agents were injured on the scene.
Kodak Black offers to pay college tuition for children of 2 FBI agents who were recently killed in Florida 🙏 pic.twitter.com/uSB4O9mHfB
— Daily Loud (@DailyLoud) February 6, 2021
We’ve reported on Kodak’s other charitable deeds on many previous occasions, including the contributions he’s made to schools in Broward county, as well as his giving to families during the holidays.
When he pandemic began to impact schools in Florida, Kodak and his team sent school supplies to the homes students who would be instructed from home during the pandemic.
We hope Kodak continues to give back now that he has been released!