Kodak Black Honored For His Activism During Super Bowl Weekend

Kodak Black was toasted for his work in the local community during the NFL’s Super Bowl.

Recently freed rapper Kodak Black was the man of the hour in Tampa, Florida during Super Bowl Weekend.

Kodak was honored during the annual Power Of Influence Awards for his commitment to the local community last night (February 5th) at a private event.

Over the past year, Kodak’s philanthropy included fundraisers for the local Jewish community, back to school giveaways for kids, and making  Christmas by providing gifts for thousands of children.

His charitable actions earned him a pardon from President Donald Trump, and props from the POIA, which take place each year during the festivities surrounding the Super Bowl.

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In addition to the award, a slimmed-down Kodak was presented with a huge cake that was decorated with his picture.

The POIAs were founded by manager/filmmaker Jerry B. and powerhouse publicist and Elora Mason. This year’s honorees included Jeff Robinson, who manages Alicia Keys, H.E.R., Keyshia Cole), Dexter Jackson, Kodak’s lawyer Brad Cohen, Bigga Rankin, OG Ron C and others.

Past honorees include Lil Kim, Kevin Hart, Jermaine Dupri and others.