Three days after ringing in his own birthday by dropping an EP of new music, hip-hop star Kodak Black turned up to celebrate the born day of ex-President Donald Trump. It was Trump who pardoned Kodak on his way out of office in January 2021, allowing the rapper to get out of prison two years earlier than he was supposed to be released on federal weapons charges.
Kodak Black Flexes MAGA Drip For Trump’s Birthday
Recently ousted president Donald Trump turned 75 years old on Monday. Kodak Black marked the occasion on Instagram by throwing on an autographed Trump 2016 campaign hat and a Trump 2020 jacket while wishing his politician homie a happy z-day.
“#HappyBirthdayTrump DT @realdonaldtrump #HappyBirthdayKodak #GeminiGang#FeelinPeachy Out Now”
Kodak Honors Trump With Iced-Out Piece
Back in February 2021, Kodak Black was still freshly enjoying his freedom. So while it didn’t sit right with most of the hip-hop community, he decided to honor the man responsible for getting him out of prison with a new diamond ring.
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KB Thanks Trump: ‘It Means More Than You Will Ever Know’
In January 2021, Kodak was rejoicing after Trump sprung him from jail. KB took to Twitter with a message thanking the now-former President and showed appreciation over being granted freedom .
“I Want To Thank The President @RealDonaldTrump For His Commitment To Justice Reform And Shortening My Sentence. I Also Want To Thank Everyone For Their Support And Love. It Means More Than You Will Ever Know. I Want To Continue Giving Back, Learning And Growing. @DanScavino“
Lil Wayne + Kodak Black Pardoned
Kodak and Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne were two winners in the wake of Trump’s re-election loss. The hip-hop pair received huge pardons in their criminal cases courtesy of President Trump’s remaining hours in office.
President Trump has decided to pardon his former chief strategist Steve Bannon, rappers Lil Wayne and Kodak Black, as well as former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, according to reports, citing sources. As of midnight, Trump had yet to release a list of individuals he was pardoning or granting clemency to — estimated to be about 100 individuals. Reuters, which reported Lil Wayne and Kodak Black, did not have any additional information. (Radio)