28 South Florida families facing eviction get their rent paid for by Kodak Black!

Before the holidays, Kodak Black is doing well in his neighborhood by paying off the rent for dozens of homes in South Florida that are about to be evicted.

Bradford Cohen, Kodak’s attorney, tells TMZ Hip Hop that many rental homes in South Florida have gone up in price by as much as 31.5%, which is a lot more than the usual 3 to 5%.

That’s where the “Super Gremlin” rapper comes in: he worked with community leader Francky Pierre-Paul and the Zachariah McQueen Foundation to help 28 families in the Merry Place Housing Projects in West Palm Beach.

We are informed that Kodak will also cover any back fees, bringing his total donation to charity this time to $88,902.80.

“I’m happy about making other people happy,” Kodak tells TMZ. Knowing that those 28 families will be cared for until the end of the year makes my heart happy. I just try to do right by people, so I don’t always post the good things I do.

Kodak demonstrated his rapping abilities in a separate post, brandishing an acronym for his favorite projects: People who only have enough money to get by.

He personally delivered 100 air conditioners to residents of Pompano Beach’s projects during a heat wave in July 2021. In addition, he established a memorial fund for Florida police officers who were killed in the line of duty and gave the Jack and Jill education center $10,000.

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