A couple of months after stating that he “reshaped the culture for all the Haitians,” Kodak Black is giving back to the Caribbean nation in the form of education. Per The Shaderoom, the “Zeze” rapper revealed the news he was previously hesitant to share.
“I got my grandma a mansion in Haiti,” he wrote on social media. “I never upload [or] broadcast it but I am happy to say I am building a school in Haiti as well.” No further details have been publicized since the revelation.
#TSRPositiveImages: #KodakBlack announces he’s building a school in #HaitiA post shared by The Shade Room (@theshaderoom) on Nov 4, 2018 at 8:28pm PST
In 2017, Kodak linked with fellow Haitians Wyclef Jean and John Wicks for a song titled after their native country, but the young rapper isn’t the only Haitian artist giving back.
Model Christie Desir, who won Miss Universe Haiti in 2014, previously said she’s planning to build multiple schools for her homeland’s youth. She’s witnessed firsthand the lack of educational tools Haiti’s children receive since she spends most of her summers in the country. Continue reading
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