Kodak Black has scored his own day in his native Florida.
Broward County Commissioner Dale Holness presented the rap star with the proclamation on Friday (June 11) at a charity basketball tournament, stating June 11 will forever be known as Kodak Black Day in Broward County.
The honor is a controversial one as Kodak spent much of 2020 behind bars after being charged with falsifying information on federal forms to buy firearms in 2019.
He received a commutation of his sentence from former U.S. leader Donald Trump during his final days in office, in large part because of his charity work.
Kodak has become a charity leader in recent years, donating diapers, underwear and socks to the Jack & Jill Children’s Center and donating thousands of dollars so community groups could provide 1,000 turkeys to people in need.
The proclamation cited Kodak’s contribution of $100,000 to families of fallen FBI agents, along with scholarship money for the children of the agents’ families.