According to the outlet, the 24-year-old had a court hearing this week to reinstate his supervised release now that he’s been discharged from the treatment center. The judge in Kodak’s case, Cohen says, was happy with the progress he made while in treatment.
As reported by REVOLT, Kodak was ordered to undergo treatment at a rehab center a few months ago after failing a drug test, which was in violation of the terms of his supervised release terms in his federal gun case, for which Former President Donald Trump pardoned him last year.
Since his release from prison, Kodak has worked to give back to his Florida community. While in treatment, the Pompano Beach native spent around $14,500 to purchase more than 5,000 turkeys to give away for Thanksgiving, his lawyer previously told TMZ. Although Kodak wasn’t able to participate in the charitable act himself, he did facilitate the turkey drive in Florida’s Sistrunk and Sunland neighborhoods, Delray Beach, Fort Lauderdale, North Miami, Miami’s Little Haiti community and Golden Acres, the Pompano Beach complex where he grew up.
One month prior, Kodak also partnered with radio host Supa Cindy to host a charitable event for breast cancer survivors. As reported by REVOLT, more than 20 women were given wigs, money, lunch and a journal with a note from the “ZEZE” rapper, who said he wanted to “do something for women who are battling, have battled or survived cancer.”
Now that he has completed rehab treatment, Kodak is reportedly working on new music and planning to go on tour. The rapper performed for the first time since his prison release earlier this month at Rolling Loud California.