Wednesday, February 10, 2021

Kodak Black Is Released From Jail And Lil Yachty Welcomes Him With A Stack Of Cash - yuetu.info

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Kodak Black was just released from jail and his pal, Lil Yachty had prepared a stack of cash for him. Check out the video on the social media account of The Shade Room.


Someone said: ‘the fact that how poorly he was treated isn’t discussed is horrible, look how small this man is, he is not a clown, he was neglected, and it’s sad!’






A commenter posted this: ‘Why Kodak looking kinda good now though👀’ and somoene else said: ‘I mean, I just got home from the store. I’ll take a stack, too.’


One other follower said: ‘It must be the Florida in me cause Kodak looking kinda 😍’ and one other follower said: ‘Kodak looking a lil…☺ . Either that or I’m down bad😂’


Someone else said: ‘Immediately put that cash in his bag. Smart man 😂’ and someone else said: ‘Awe he’s definitely traumatized I hope he does right & stays out.’


One other commenter said: ‘Need to get him pen and paper so he can memorize his song,’ and somoene else posted this: ‘Y’all are NOT any real Kodak fans & it shows, if you are a REAL fan then you most def would have known the OLD Kodak compared to him now. That’s the same person. Oh & RMB he was locked up for over a year getting beaten and starved so ofc he is going to LOOK DIFFERENT.’


A fan said: ‘Damn my friends welcomed me back with a perc and some gas station beer,’ and someone else posted this: ‘Y’all hate to see growth and it’s sad y’all miserable af calling him a clone cause he glowed up and look good af.’


Someone else said: ‘He’s always been off to me, but now he seems even more off,’ and a commenter posted: ‘Kodak ain’t been the same since jail he going through it.’


Not too long ago, Hot New Hip Hop reported today that Donald Trump made a few surprising moves before he finally left the Oval Office.


According to multiple reports, the president of the United States actually pardoned Lil’ Wayne and Kodak Black among approximately 140 other people.

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