Kodak Black completes anger management, shares merch for breast cancer awareness
The young rapper is keeping it positive.
As part of his recent legal agreement, Kodak Black was ordered to take an anger management class.
As it turns out, the 20-year-old rapper has officially fulfilled his end of the bargain and has since completed the court-ordered course.
According to previous reports, the course wasn’t the easiest task for him to take on, with the rapper allegedly causing a scene with fits of burping and general disruption.
Naturally, the completion of the mandate was something worth celebrating, with Kodak even receiving an official certificate signifying the end of the program. Taking to Instagram, the Project Baby rapper showed off his diploma, sharing his relief with fans that this step post-arrest is now over with.
“#StoryOfMyLife I Finally Passed This S–t #AngerManagement,” the rapper captions his portrait, which, of course, also included one last middle finger to the situation.
Hopefully, the rapper benefited from the course in some way or is now better equipped to turn to his music to therapeutically and creatively vent, as opposed to getting himself in trouble again. While only time (and his next project) will tell, his fans are definitely rooting for him to stay the course.
Additionally, on another positive note, Kodak also is releasing a limited edition pink digital camo Sniper Gang t-shirt, in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The shirts are now available for $39.99 at snipergangapparel.com, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Florida Breast Cancer Foundation.
Take a look at Kodak Black looking forward to the next chapter of his life below.
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