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Kodak Black tries helping woman whose vehicle flipped over

The Florida rapper narrated the chaotic scene on Instagram Live.

Lucas Farrar // REVOLT

Although Kodak Black's ongoing legal trouble has given him a polarizing reputation, he has been working on bettering himself and helping others.

Most recently, the Florida rapper found himself helping out a woman whose car had flipped over on the highway on Wednesday (March 6) night. In true form, Kodak captured the entire interaction during a session Instagram Live.

During the streamed video footage, Kodak can be seen approaching a woman who was freshly involved in a car accident. Her car was flipped on its side in the grass and on the side of the busy road. The incident took place in South Florida, where Kodak has been spending some time despite currently being based in Los Angeles.

"Y'all see this shit, man? And they're playing my music on the radio," he narrated the chaotic scene. "Damn, dog! Somebody just flipped over dog! Look at this lady, man."

While it's not clear what happened to cause the incident, upon further investigation, Kodak realizes that the woman driving the car is OK, but calls out to see how he can help.

"You alright? You OK? Want me to help you?" he asks. Soon thereafter, she recognizes the famed artist and asks him to confirm if he is Kodak Black.

The conversation continues with someone off-camera urging them to call 911. However, the driver appears to plead with them not to call the police for unknown reasons. As they debate whether or not to call the police, it becomes clear Kodak no longer wants to be involved, but is glad to see the woman didn't suffer any major injuries despite the accident.

"I just wanted to see if you're straight," Kodak says to the driver prior to walking away from the scene.

Take a look at Kodak Black trying to help out the driver involved in the car accident in the clip below.

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