Kodak Black visited Marjory Stoneman Douglas High on the third anniversary of the deadly mass shooting there … and he came bearing gifts of education.
The rapper was in Parkland, FL Sunday for a memorial to honor the 17 victims claimed during the 2018 shooting rampage — with upwards of 100 guests in attendance, including the Mayor and other town officials. Kodak was there for Meadow Pollack — one of the students killed.
Kodak’s attorney, Bradford Cohen, tells us KB was Meadow’s favorite recording artist — something he caught wind of and wanted to commemorate her with a scholarship in her name.
We’re told Kodak established a $100k scholarship fund in Meadow’s memory at the Nova Southeastern University Law School, for students wanting to study justice reform. That’s where her brother, Hunter, is attending. Of course, Hunter was also at the ceremony, front and center.
Check out the video of Kodak discussing his intentions, and the warm reception he receives afterward … not to mention a hug from Hunter. They later walked up to a table together to light a candle for the Parkland victims — it’s pretty moving to see up-close.