Kodak Black is taking advantage of his newfound freedom by offering to help two families in need. After being released from prison thanks to former President Trump’s pardon, the Broward County rapper wants to make sure the children of two deceased FBI agents will be able to afford the best education possible.
In a video posted to Twitter on Friday (Feb. 5), Kodak Black and his lawyer Bradford Cohen are seen speaking to a crowded room of people before his pre-Super Bowl festivities in Tampa, Florida began. During their address, Cohen reveals that they had sent a letter to the FBI office in Miami in which he states that Kodak will cover the costs for the two children of late FBI agent Laura Schwartzenberger and the sole child of late FBI agent Daniel Alfin.
“He’s always rised to the top in terms of any kind of charities, any kind of giving,” Cohen said to the crowd. “In fact, today.. you know there are two fallen FBI agents in Broward County that had small children. We actually sent a letter over to the FBI director in Miami that Kodak is offering to pay for all three kids’ tuitions going forward.”
On Tuesday (Feb. 2), Schwartzenberger and Alfin were serving a search warrant to a suspect in a child exploitation case in Sunrise, Florida. When both agents approached the door, the suspect opened fire, fatally shot them both, and injured three other agents.
Kodak’s offer to help the families of both deceased agents is no surprise to those who know him well. Even before his legal issues began, Kodak a.k.a Bill Kapri has always been willing to lend a helping hand in his community whether it’s hosting a food drive for the holidays or literally saving someone from a dire situation. As of this report, the FBI hasn’t responded to Kodak’s offer, but hopefully, they will in due time.