Ray J Introduces Kodak Black To Donald Trump For The First Time Following Commutation
Bill Kahan Kapri, known as “No Flockin” rapper Kodak Black, has accomplished more in his 24 years of life than most.
In and out of behavioral facilities since 14, the rapper has said in the past that he hasn’t spent a full year as a freeman since he was 13. In 2019, Kodak Black was sentenced to 3 years in federal prison for falsifying documents used to buy firearms at a Miami gun store. Kodak Black was commuted by Donald Trump, 75, on his last day in office in 2020. Black had served about half his sentence.
Entrepreneur and musician Ray J, 41, met with former President Donald Trump in January to discuss initiatives for entrepreneurs, young business professionals and awareness for various political issues. Ray J is spending more time with Donald Trump, this time with Black by his side.
According to Page Six, the two approached Trump at his Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida, with Ray J introducing him to Black after Trump issued a commutation to him during the final hours of his presidency.
Ray told Page Six,
“It was the right thing to do, Trump pardoned him.”
Trump and Ray are scheduled to meet again to move forward with the many ideas that were discussed in their meeting.
“I’ve always admired and respected his business acumen,” Ray said. “Our conversation was about job creation, encouraging small business development and how Information Technology plays an important role in the future of our economy.”
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