Kodak Black has officially been honored with his own day, June 11, in Broward County, Florida as a result of his philanthropic endeavors.
Kodak received the honor Friday at a charity basketball tourney in Coral Springs from Broward County Commissioner Dale Holness.
Holness presented Kodak with the written proclamation, stating June 11 will forever be known as Kodak Black Day in Broward County.
Kodak shared his appreciation for the proclamation via his IG account.
Thanks To Dale Holness @lawronin @iamfranckypierrepaul This Means More To Me Than Going Gold Or Platinum 💙❤️ Every Year June 11th We Gone Have A Good Time And Do Something Special Within Our Community 🦅🦅🦅
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Kodak’s philanthropic endeavors over the last few years include:
- He donated a years’ worth of diapers, underwear, and socks to the Jack & Jill Children’s Center
- He donated thousands of dollars so community groups could provide 1,000 turkeys to people in need.
- He’s donated $20k for toys and other items for Christmas presents.
- He’s donated $100k to families of fallen FBI agents, along with scholarship money for the children of the agents’ families.
Congratulations to Kodak Black for getting his own day, I know his mama proud.
I can’t wait for Soulja Boy to find out about this.