Kodak Black: I Am Happy To Say I Am Building A School In Haiti

The 21-year-old Florida rapper is said to be taking a big step to aid the Caribbean nation.

(AllHipHop News) It looks like Kodak Black is set to move into the academic space. The self-described "Project Baby" announced he plans to open an educational facility in his family's native country.

"I got my grandma a mansion in Haiti. I feel like we still be going thru slavery," wrote Kodak in an Instagram post captured by The Shade Room. "Out of all the times I give back or donate in [any way], I never upload of broadcast it but I am happy to say I am building a school in Haiti as well."  

The "Zeze" hitmaker is the latest Hip Hop artist to talk about wanting to help the lives of students. Last month, Sean "Diddy" Combs revealed he is donating $1 million to assist in the creation of a third Capital Prep Charter School in The Bronx, New York.