Kodak Black teamed up with radio host Supa Cindy to throw an event for breast cancer survivors.
According to Local 10, the event was held at Ives Estates Park in Miami, Florida on Tuesday (Oct. 26). More than 20 women were given wigs, cash and a journal with a note from the “No Flockin’” emcee himself. The survivors were also treated to lunch. Supa Cindy revealed that Kodak came up with most of the initiative because he wanted to “do something for women who are battling, have battled or survived cancer.”
“I know they’ll appreciate it,” he said. “Show these women they’re queens, they’re strong, they’re going to get through it. Pray with them, we’re going to get through it together.”
“It means a lot to me,” attendee Taressa Hall, who is currently fighting breast cancer, told the outlet. “It makes me continue to fight. It encourages me to go through this journey, continue through this journey and it encourages me to be a witness to other people that we all can survive.”
This event adds to the long list of philanthropic endeavors Kodak has achieved since he was pardoned by Donald Trump. Back in July, the Florida native donated 100 air conditioning units to residents of the Golden Acres projects, his old neighborhood in Pompano Beach. Kodak told the tenants, “God [has] been with me when I had to take from people. Now that I’m blessed enough to give back, that’s what I like to do. So, we out here passing out AC units, helping install them.”
“We do it for the projects, the people relying on just enough cash to survive,” he added. “Y’all come get y’all ACs. We out here.”
Last month, the “Feelin’ Peachy” rapper donated $20,000 towards the college fund of a young girl whose mother, a Ft. Lauderdale officer, passed away from COVID-19. According to Kodak’s lawyer, he was touched when he came across an article about Officer Jennifer Sepot’s death. “Make sure that kid is straight,” he reportedly said. “Pay for her college fund.”
Check out a video from Kodak’s breast cancer event below.