Kodak Black Day Festival Footage Available To Fans For A Streaming Fee

When influencers declare their own day throughout their hometown, some may celebrate with a parade, while others may not. Not Kodak Black, the rap artist hit the town with his festival to celebrate with fans.

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Kodak celebrated his 1st annual “Kodak Black Day” with a bang. Last summer, the Florida rapper received a proclamation from former Broward County Mayor Dale Holness for his philanthropic endeavors in Broward County, where he is from, declaring June 11th officially Kodak Black Day. 

The “Purple Stamp” rapper celebrated with fans this year at the Kodak Black Day festival. Yak went all out with live performances from artists like Moneybagg Yo, French Montana, and Est GEE. 

He didn’t stop there. Carnival rides, games, and vendors were also included in the celebration.   

Kodak took to Instagram to announce the pay-per-view festival premiere would be available to be streamed by fans who missed out on the festivities. He wrote with excitement:

“1ST ANNUAL #KODAKBLACKDAY WORLD PPV PREMIERE!

ONLY ON: www.SCKMEDIATV.com(BROADCASTING UNCENSORED)

CASTING TO ALL DEVICES & SMART TV’s www.SCKMEDIATV.com” 

Fans can enjoy the three-hour-long event, which includes interviews, live performances, plus bonus footage for only $19.99. 

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Kodak Black Celebrates Haitian Mother’s Day With $20K Cash To His Aunties

Yak is always known for giving back. Earlier this year, he honored his aunts on Haitian Mothers Day by giving them all $20,000 each. While many were celebrating Memorial Day, the Florida rapper took to Instagram to shout out his aunties on Haitian Mother’s Day.  

Celebrated on the 29th of May, Kodak showed off how real he is as he gifted each of his aunties with $20,000. Catching the eyes of his fans, the “Super Gremlin” rapper posted himself sitting on top of an orange Mercedes-Maybach, coordinating his orange outfit to match. 

Yak said:

 “Gave A Few Of My Aunties 20 Bandz Each Yesterday For Haitian Mother’s Day 🧡 I’m Zoolin Good On This Memorial !!! Real Niggas Do Real Things.”

Though he did not mention how many aunties he has, fans speculate Kodak comes from a big family, which means he possibly distributed a nice amount of money throughout his family.