Kodak Black establishes $100,000 scholarship in honour of Parkland victim

On Sunday, Kodak Black visited Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. The Florida rapper Attending a memorial to honour the 17 victims who died during the deadly 2018 shooting.

The rap star announced that he will be establish a $100,000 scholarship in Meadow Pollack’s (one of the victims of the Parkland mass shooting) name at the Southeastern University Law School, where her brother is currently attending. According to Kodak’s lawyer Bradford Cohen, Black was Pollack’s favourite recording artist.

“Kodak was very touched by the incident and wanted to do something in Meadow Pollack’s honor,” Cohen said.

During the ceremony, Kodak said to the audience: “They were young and none of them deserved this. They wasn’t in this life to be killed. Meadow Pollack, she’s so beautiful, but the situation is bigger than Meadow Pollack,” he continued. “It’s about all of us. It’s about all the other kids. It’s about the whole school. It’s about all of Broward County. I’m going to help and I hope me setting up this scholarship will make a difference for something.I just want to make a positive impact for this community.”