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Kodak Black requests in-person meeting with Donald Trump from prison

“I got a brilliant idea,” he wrote on Instagram.

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Kodak Black apparently has something he needs to tell the POTUS. On Sunday (April 26), the currently incarcerated rapper asked his lawyer to request an in-person meeting with Donald Trump to discuss his “brilliant idea.”

“Tell Donald Trump to pull-up on me, I got a brilliant idea,” Kodak wrote on Instagram. “I thought of something back in Miami but I dismissed it kuz I b thinking I’m crazy sometimes. This sh*t keeps following me tho!”

“This ain’t got nothing to do with my wrongful conviction,” he continued. “Come see me I got my corona mask on.”

He also added, “[Donald Trump] if it’s not worth anything you can kill me! I’m ill forreal,” tagging both the president and his lawyer in the post.

Kodak was recently transferred to a New York’s Niagara County Jail for reasons that he said were Coronavirus-related. The “ZEZE” rapper was previously held at a Kentucky prison after alleging mistreatment at the FDC Miami.

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“We had lost power like three times. Right, corona sh*t got sh*t fu*ked up out there, huh,” he’d said in a video chat call after being transferred. “It’s sad, I just hope that when the world ends I am not in prison bro, cause all these tragedies and sh*t be sad bro. Like how can this sh*t happen like that just turn around and kill all these people, like that.”

After moving to the New York jail, Kodak announced he’s been working on his next album Kill Bill from behind bars, adding that the project is due “real soon.”

“#KillBill Coming Real Soon Until then vibe to these Championships,” he tweeted on April 4.

Prior to the tweet, Kodak had teased that his next album would arrive this June. So far, he hasn’t offered an official release date for Kill Bill.

Kodak is currently serving out his sentence for multiple federal gun charges. He’s expected to be released from prison on Oct. 7, 2022.

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