Kodak Black
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Chris Brown showed some major love for incarcerated rapper Kodak Black recently, when he deposited $10,000 into his commissary account.

Apparently, the Florida rapper had been in solitary confinement, and after being released from the hole, he found out Breezy dropped $10,000 on him.

Kodak took to Twitter to express his gratitude. “Fresh out the bing… that boy @chrisbrown just dropped 10 racks on my books, that’s love,” he tweeted.

According to reports, Kodak was sent to the hole because he reportedly contacted a person he wasn’t supposed to, after asking for a laptop and tutor he requested to study for his GED. It’s unclear how many days he was in solitary confinement, but he was originally given 30 days.

Kodak as been in jail since January, after his Florida home was raided and he was arrested. He has pled not guilty to multiple charges, including possession of marijuana and possession of ammunition.

As for Chris Brown’s connection to Kodak, the two collaborated on “Pills & Automobiles”, off the singer’s 2017 album, Heartbreak on a Full Moon.