Kodak Black Donates Money & Gifts To Breast Cancer Survivors: 'They're Queens'
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Kodak Black Donates Money & Gifts To Breast Cancer Survivors: 'They're Queens'

Northeast Miami-Dade, FL

With Breast Cancer Awareness Month coming to a close, Kodak Black spent his Tuesday (October 26) giving back in the Northeast Miami-Dade area as he showered breast cancer survivors with gifts and celebrated their journey and fight.

Kodak Black teamed up with 99JAMZ radio host Supa Cindy and met with more than 20 women to hand out wigs, cash, a personal journal and a note from Kodak himself.

“I know they’ll appreciate it,” Kodak Black told WPLG. “Show these women they’re queens, they’re strong, they’re going to get through it. Pray with them, we’re going to get through it together.”

The kind-hearted gesture from the Sniper Gang leader was well-received by the women in attendance at the Ives Estates Park event.

“It means a lot to me,” one breast cancer fighter in attendance said. “It makes me continue to fight. It encourages me to go through this journey, continue through this journey and it encourages me to be a witness to other people that we all can survive.”

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Supa Cindy added on Instagram, “Today was such a BLESSING!! Kodak’s heart is SO HUGE and to help women who are such fighters felt INCREDIBLE.”

On the flip side of this feel-good story, Kodak Black failed a pair of recent drug tests which proved to be a violation of his supervised release in his federal gun case.

Kodak Black Violated Probation By Testing Positive For 2 Different Drugs - But Will Perform At Rolling Loud NY

With that said, a judge signed off on him being allowed to perform at Rolling Loud New York this weekend. Kodak reportedly tested positive for both marijuana and ecstasy on two separate occasions and was sentenced to 90 days of drug rehab.

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