Recently freed rapper Kodak Black honored for his activism in Tampa, Florida during Super Bowl weekend.
On February 5, the rapper was honored for his commitment to the local community during the annual Power Of Influence Awards at a private event.
Kodak’s philanthropy included making Christmas by providing gifts for thousands of children, fundraisers for the local Jewish community, and back to school giveaways for kids.
In addition, Kodak was presented with a huge cake that was decorated with his picture.
His charitable actions earned him a pardon from President Donald Trump, and props from the POIA (The Power of Influence Awards), which take place each year during the festivities surrounding the Super Bowl.
This year’s honorees included Kodak’s lawyer Brad Cohen, Jeff Robinson, Bigga Rankin, Dexter Jackson, OG Ron C and others.
Kodak being honored for his work in the community at The Power of Influence Awards‼️🙏 pic.twitter.com/r9xdeeftqY
— RapTV (@raptvcom) February 6, 2021