Kodak Black, better known as project baby, is circling the news. He is doubling down on a few concerning topics, sadly. The rapper sends tweets, constantly alarming fans. He often takes to Twitter openly sharing the state of his mental health.
Who Is Kodak Black?
Kodak, born on June 11, 1997 falls under the star sign Gemini. He lives true to his sign as he has twin sides. He pours generosity throughout his community. However, his other side is quite the opposite as he openly battles with himself.
Bill Kahan Khari, is an American-Haitian born in Pompano Beach, Florida, according to Top40-Charts.
The Project Philanthropist
Boward County Commissioner presented Kodak with a proclamation. The proclamation declared June 11 as Kodak Black Day in Boward County, according to TMZ.
Even so; despite his efforts to better his community, authorities find ways to intervene. According to TMZ, authorities at a housing project issued a cease-and-desist order. Kodak was condemned for delivering AC units to tenants.
His lawyer fired back, stating that the authorities are wishing to stop assistance to the tenants. More importantly, the tenants are elderly and underprivileged.
Former POTUS Donald Trump pardoned Kodak the day before leaving the White House. Kodak still faces charges; however, he seems to be optimistic.
Mental Health Within the Hip-Hop Community
Most rappers are projected as thugs to the elitist community; but clearly, no one addresses the elephant in the room.
Undoubtedly, Black men are products of their environments. Their upbringing consisted of them living below poverty level. Regardless of their financial background, many talented artists are from the hood.
Without addressing these issues, artists are reckless after they cross over into their stardom.
Kodak’s Alarming Tweets
Last Friday, the artist took to Twitter during an episode. He tweeted that he is depressed and contemplating suicide.
Kodak Black reveals he’s been going through a difficult time. Hopefully YAK is able to feel better and bounce back 🙏 pic.twitter.com/VtVZeJxE7U
— My Mixtapez (@mymixtapez) October 8, 2021
Fans rushed to send encouraging thoughts to the rapper. Obviously; Friday night, Kodak read the heartfelt tweets.
On Saturday, he returned to Instagram to recant his statements. According to Revolt, he apologized for not considering his fans. He addressed his selfishness and reassured everyone that he is not suicidal.
He also boasted his gangster virtues denouncing the vulnerable moment.
Either way, Kodak is going to Kodak bop through any situation.