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Kodak Black Donates $50000 Worth Of Water To Haiti – BET

August 26, 2022
1:31 PM
Kodak Black’s assistance to his homeland of Haiti moves forward as gang violence continues to sweep the Caribbean nation.
According to TMZ, the rapper donated $50,000 worth of water to help victims of gang violence. Kodak and his lawyer, Bradford Cohen, have a plan for the water’s distribution.
Cohen confirmed that they are working with a Miami distributor to prepare the alkaline water for shipment. The water is traveling by way of a cargo ship to Haiti.
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On the water, the labels read “LAST,” representing a goal to be the last time Haiti will have to go without water, Cohen said. Cohen says Kodak and his team will be working hand-in-hand with government officials to ensure the proper distribution of the water – prioritizing those who need it the most.
In July,  more than 200 people were killed in Haiti in the span of just ten days. Locals said they were running low on drinking water and food deliveries ceased due to the gang violence.
This isn’t the first time Kodak turned his altruistic efforts toward Haiti. Last August when an earthquake hit the nation, he sent supplies to orphanages and food banks. He also joined Lil Uzi Vert and Future for a benefit concert in Miami. Haiti was the unfortunate recipient of an earthquake last August. During that time period, Kodak sent the country supplies to their orphanages and food banks. He also joined Lil Uzi Vert and Future for a benefit concert in Miami.
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