Fresh off his presidential pardon, Kodak received a generous welcome home gift from his “Make a Hit” collaborator. Yachty shared footage of himself presenting Kodak with what appears to be $50,000 in cash at a gas station.
“I got something for you, brother,” Yachty says before handing Kodak a big stack of cash. “That’s that welcome home gift. A good 50-piece for him.”
A grateful Kodak hugs Yachty and thanks him. “You know I appreciate it,” he responds before placing the money in his backpack.
Yachty has been one of Kodak’s most loyal supporters. He was among the celebrities who lobbied President Donald Trump to commute Kodak’s 46-month prison sentence for falsifying paperwork to obtain a firearm.
“Hey @realDonaldTrump my friend @KodakBlack1k deserves to be commuted. The system punished him way to hard for a paperwork crime,” Yachty tweeted in early January.
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