Kodak Black Wants To Work With Tyler Perry Or 50 Cent, Says He Has Some ‘Very Interesting Scripts’
Super Gremlin rapper Kodak Black, real name Bill Kahan Kapri, is trying to get into the TV/film industry.
Kodak Black, 24, has been paving the way for this generation and the next generation, according to hitmaker and artist Drake. Often times circulating in the media for legal troubles, Kodak Black can now be seen expanding his skillset and portfolio. Rappers are diversifying their bags in more ways than from just hip hop.
Kodak took to his Instagram story on Tuesday (March 29) to let his fans and followers know he’s looking to branch into the film business. The rapper notes that outside of the internet and media drama, he’s actually pretty intellectual. Kodak writes,
“I Got Movie Ideas I Wanna Pitch To Tyler Perry Or 50 Cent!!! If You Know Me And Can See Pass The Internet Antics Then You Know That Im Really An Intellectual Young Man, So With That Being Said I Have Some VERY INTERESTING Scripts.”
Kodak’s history shows that he is interested in taking different routes outside of hip hop, meeting with former President Donald Trump earlier this month. Tyler Perry nor 50 Cent have responded to Kodak as of now. In the meantime, the rapper will be helping the families of two slain Pennsylvania State Troopers this week by donating 10% of his earnings from a list of performances in Dubai towards the college funds of the officer’s children.
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