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Kodak Black - Z Look Jamaican (official video)

By Sniper Gang

Kodak Black - Z Look Jamaican (official video)

Kodak Black - Z Look Jamaican 'Haitian Boy Kodak' OUT NOW! Stream/Download: https://Kodak.lnk.to/HaitianBoyKodakID

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"LAST DAY IN" Documentary on Criminal Justice Reform

By Reginald Bourdeau

On the heels of the 45th President Donald Trump's pardon of rap superstar Kodak Black; Sniper Gang Apparel has released an insightful documentary exposing the harsh realities our criminal justice laws. Please watch and share!

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[COMPLEX] Kodak Black Announces Scholarship in Honor of Parkland Victim, Visits School on Third Anniversary of Shooting.

By Sniper Gang

[COMPLEX] Kodak Black Announces Scholarship in Honor of Parkland Victim, Visits School on Third Anniversary of Shooting.

Kodak Black has been the recent recipient of a lot of good fortune. Now the rapper is paying it forward in the form of educational opportunities.

On Sunday, Kodak visited Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, which was the site of a deadly mass shooting exactly three years prior. The rapper joined community members and local officials as they honored the 17 victims on the tragedy’s third anniversary.

Black was there on behalf of Meadow Pollack. Kodak’s attorney Bradford Cohen told TMZ his client was Pollack’s favorite rapper. The recently incarcerated artist became aware of this and decided to establish a scholarship in her honor. The $100,000 scholarship fund will be offered to students attending Southeastern University Law School (where Pollack’s brother Hunter is enrolled) to study justice reform.

Kodak explained his intentions during the ceremony and was met with a warm reception from the crow. Later, he and Huner lit a candle together in remembrance of Meadow.

“The situation is bigger than Meadow Pollack. It’s about all the other kids. It’s about the whole school. It’s about all of Broward. And I want to help,” Black said in a video obtained by TMZ. “I just want to have a positive impact on this community.”

Since having his prison sentence commuted by former President Donald Trump, Kodak has been focused on his philanthropic ventures. This includes paying the tuition for the children of FBI agents killed in Florida.

Watch Kodak Black’s comments at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High above.

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Kodak Black - Last Day In [Official Audio]

By Sniper Gang

Kodak Black - Last Day In [Official Audio]

 Kodak Black - Last Day In Stream/Download: https://Kodak.lnk.to/BillIsraelID

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Kodak Black Receives Commutation of Prison Sentence From President Trump

By Sniper Gang

Kodak Black Receives Commutation of Prison Sentence From President Trump

UPDATE (Jan. 20):

The White House has released a statement on the commutation of Kodak Black's prison sentence by President Trump. Kodak was among the 73 individuals that were granted pardons and another 70 individuals that had commuted sentences.

"Bill K. Kapri - President Trump granted a commutation to Bill Kapri, more commonly known as Kodak Black. Kodak Black is a prominent artist and community leader. This commutation is supported by numerous religious leaders, including Pastor Darrell Scott and Rabbi Schneur Kaplan. Additional supporters include Bernie Kerik, Hunter Pollack, Gucci Mane, Lil Pump, Lil Yachty, Lamar Jackson of the Baltimore Ravens, Jack Brewer formerly of the National Football League, and numerous other notable community leaders. Kodak Black was sentenced to 46 months in prison for making a false statement on a Federal document. He has served nearly half of his sentence. Before his conviction and after reaching success as a recording artist, Kodak Black became deeply involved in numerous philanthropic efforts. In fact, he has committed to supporting a variety of charitable efforts, such as providing educational resources to students and families of fallen law enforcement officers and the underprivileged. In addition to these efforts, he has paid for the notebooks of school children, provided funding and supplies to daycare centers, provided food for the hungry, and annually provides for underprivileged children during Christmas. Most recently while still incarcerated, Kodak Black donated $50,000 to David Portnoy’s Barstool Fund, which provides funds to small businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Kodak Black’s only request was that his donation go toward restaurants in his hometown."

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Kodak Black Shares 'Bill Israel' Album f/ Gucci Mane, Lil Yachty, and More [COMPLEX]

By Sniper Gang

Kodak Black Shares 'Bill Israel' Album f/ Gucci Mane, Lil Yachty, and More [COMPLEX]

After teasing it on social media, Kodak Black, who is currently incarcerated on gun charges, has shared his new album Bill Israel.

The project, which contains 11 tracks, features appearances from Gucci Mane, Lil Yachty, Tory Lanez, and others. Kodak's last studio album was 2018's Dying To Live

In November of 2019, Kodak took a plea deal in his federal gun case, which stipulated he serve 46 months in prison. Prosecutors were initially looking for Kodak to serve 96 months. Last month, the Florida rapper was transferred to USP Thomson from FTC Oklahoma City. Before that he was at Kentucky's United States Penitentiary, Big Sandy. Kodak previously alleged that he was mistreated and beaten by guards while at the penitentiary in Big Sandy. It was also alleged that Kodak, who is reportedly a practicing Hebrew Israelite, was not allowed to see his rabbi. On top of his gun case, Kodak is facing sexual assault charges in South Carolina. He's accused of raping a teenager in 2016 following a concert. 

Meanwhile, Kodak spent $15,000 on frozen turkeys for families in Pompano Beach, TMZ reports. According to his attorney, Bradford Cohen, the turkeys were sent to the E. Pat Larkins Community Center on Wednesday, where people also received a bag of chips and sodas courtesy of Kodak.

 

 

 

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Jackboy - In My City (Official Video)

By Sniper Gang

Jackboy - In My City (Official Video)
Listen to the single "In My City". Out now! Stream: https://empire.ffm.to/inmycity #Jackboy #InMyCity #SniperGang Official audio by Jackboy - In My City © 2020 Sniper Gang / EMPIRE

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XXL - Kodak Black Threatens to Sue Walmart for Selling Knockoff $40 Chain

By Sniper Gang

XXL - Kodak Black Threatens to Sue Walmart for Selling Knockoff $40 Chain

Kodak Black has threatened legal action against Walmart.

According to a report from TMZ on Wednesday (June 24), the national retail franchise is selling a replica version of the Florida rapper's Sniper Gang chain for $40. Sniper Gang is the record label founded by Kodak. The neckpiece is listed as "Hip-Hop Fashion Icy Bling Sniper Gang Pendant w/ 11mm 20" White Gold Tone Half Iced Cuban Chain." Although the chain is available via a third-party vendor, the item is being sold on Walmart's website and Kodak is threatening to sue.

Bradford Cohen, the attorney for the 23-year-old rapper, told XXL this morning, "The willful blindness of Walmart in regards to allowing 3rd party vendors selling on their platform, will come to an end. We cannot allow a company that knows fake items are being sold on their site to profit from those sales or pretend they don't know about it. We will hold them legally responsible if the items are not removed in 48 hours."

Meanwhile, Sniper Gang affiliate, Jackboy, called out Walmart via Twitter. "Y’all Better Hope Y’all Can’t Get Sued Because If So Sniper Gang About To Have Are Own Walmart SniperMart Coming Soon," he wrote.

It appears the item has been taken down from the website, but it could still be available for purchase in stores.

Kodak and his protegé Jackboy aren't the first rappers to put Walmart on blast for selling a knockoff version of their jewelry. Lil Baby recently said the discount department store had him "fucced up" for selling a silver-plated imitation of his 4 Pockets Full chain on their website for $25.


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