Ravens’ Lamar Jackson helps Kodak Black commute sentence by President Trump

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson helped Kodak Black have his sentence commuted by President Donald J. Trump. The announcement came early Wednesday morning.

The commutation was also supported by former NFL player Jack Brewer. Religious leaders, including Pastor Darrell Scott and Rabbi Scheur Kaplan, also helped with this commutation.

Handcuffs (Photo by Unsplash/Bill Oxford)

Also, the decision was supported by Bernie Kerik, Hunter Pollack, Gucci Man, Lil Pump, Lil Yachty, and other leaders.

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Kodak Black — a prominent rapper — was forced to serve 46 months in prison for making a false statement. He made the mistake of having the false statement on a Federal document.

Since being sentenced, he has served nearly half of his sentence at this time.

Before his arrest, Kodak Black has done a lot within his community. He has provided educational resources to students and families of fallen law enforcement officers.

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He’s also paid for school supplies for school children. Also, he’s also contributed support to daycare centers.

Kodak Black — who was born Bill K. Kapri — even supported children before Christmas. He even put a Christmas drive together for children while he was behind bars in December 2020.

Plus, while he was incarcerated, he supported The Barstool Fund by donating $50,000 to the cause. This fund — which was started by Barstool Sports President Dave Portnoy — helps small businesses impacted by the coronavirus and the various lock downs.

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