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Kodak Black Says He Reshaped The Culture For All Haitians

It’s been a little over a month since Kodak Black has been released from jail and the “There He Go” rapper has wasted no time getting back into things.

Late Wednesday night (Sept. 19), Kodak took to Instagram to hint at the status of new music. Posing with Pharrell Williams, Black flexed a humble brag on the social media platform.

“I Give All Da Killers Motivation,” he wrote. “I Reshaped The Culture For All The Haitians They Love Us.”

Kodak recently released “Wake Up In The Sky” alongside Gucci Mane and Bruno Mars. Evident that the young rapper is reaching into unsuspecting territory with his collaborations, it’ll be exciting to find what he and Williams have up their sleeve. Continue reading

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Sep. 21, 2018

2 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “Kodak Black Says He Reshaped The Culture For All Haitians”

  1. Bernard St Aubain says:

    I like to know how Kodak Black reshaped the culture for all the “Haitians”. What does that mean? Can he explain in details his meaning behind this statement. I am an Haitian-man and I am not aware of that transformation within the Haitian culture.

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