Kodak Black Secretly Donates Money to Slain Officer’s Family

October 17, 2018
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This news was a bit surprising to all because it was unusual and wasn’t meant to be made public. South Carolina police officer, Sergeant Terrence Carraway was shot and killed a few weeks ago during an incident in which three other officers were also shot.

The slain officer’s family set up a GoFund Me page to raise money for his final services. One of its donors to the officer’s page was named, Bill K. Kapri, a name otherwise known as that belonging to rapper, Kodak Black. The star was reportedly so touched by the manner of the officer’s slaying and his family that he felt he had to take some action to help. Henceforth, his financial contribution to the GoFund Me page with a goal to raise $60,000. The incident was, according to members of Kodak Black’s camp, so personal that he didn’t want anyone to know and hadn’t said anything publicly about it. But now that the word is out, we are sure the officer’s family is appreciative of Kodak’s contributions to their family.

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