Over the weekend, Kodak Black turned 24 years old and celebrations are still at 100.
The festivities were as vibrant as his persona, in classic Kodak form. Kodak had a lot to prove for this year’s birth-day celebrations after being pardoned by previous President Trump.
The Florida rapper began the celebration with the release of Happy Birthday Kodak, a four-track EP starring Yo Gotti, Jacquees, and others.
He also unveiled a fresh new bespoke purple and gold Tesla vehicle inspired by Kobe Bryant. In addition, for his birthday, he opted to give rather than receive, giving Cardi B some unique jewelry.
Kodak was given his own day in Broward County, Florida, to commemorate his birthday.
Commissioner Dale Holness of Broward County presented the rapper with a proclamation establishing June 11th as Kodak Black Day.
On Friday at a charity basketball game in Coral Springs, he presented Kodak with the honorary day.
The declaration meant more to Kodak than a platinum record, he said, deeply affected by the accolade.
Various examples of his philanthropic efforts and personal achievements over the previous few years are included in the proclamation.
As you may recall, President Trump awarded Kodak clemency in part due to his charitable activities.
Kodak has contributed a year’s supply of diapers, underwear, and socks to the Jack & Jill Children’s Center, among other things.
He’s also given thousands of dollars to neighborhood charities to assist supply 1,000 turkeys to those in need, as well as more than $20,000 in toys and other Christmas gifts.
Only time will tell how Kodak will commemorate Kodak Black Day the next year.