Kodak Black finally came face to face with Donald Trump.
The “Super Gremlin” rapper met with the former president for the first time last year as Trump commuted his sentence in the final hours of his presidency.
During a brief dialogue that surfaced on social media, Kodak was introduced to Trump thursday evening at a dinner at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Fla.
“How are you doing? It turned out that Trump had asked Kodak before punching him.
According to Page Six, Ray J was responsible for bringing Kodak to the dinner as his guest.
“It was the right thing to do,” said Ray J, who has been exploring business initiatives with Trump. “Trump pardoned him.”
“That’s one of the reasons I supported his clemency. He still does it today. He is a prime example of why presidents should exert their power of clemency. There’s no better example.”
Ray J and Kodak Black at Mar-a-Lago yesterday. pic.twitter.com/wT4x05blhZ
— PatriotTakes 🇺🇸 (@patriottakes) March 18, 2022
Kodak Black Meets Donald Trump Face-to-Face
In January 2021, Trump commuted Kodak’s 46-month prison sentence on federal gun charges for falsifying background check forms to purchase firearms in 2019.
“I Want To Thank The President @RealDonaldTrump For His Commitment To Justice Reform And Shortening My Sentence,” Kodak said at the time. Last November, he tweeted “Bring Trump Back.”
He also showed his loyalty to Trump by getting a diamond championship ring inscribed with “Trump Ties” on one side and his “date of emancipation” on the other.
Kodak Black Shoots His Shot With Kim Kardashian
On Monday, Kodak posted a photo of Kim wearing a yellow warning tape and covered in warning tape for the Balenciaga fashion show. “You Need A Real Ni**a Out Dat Pompanoya Bae,” he wrote. “Even A’t Gone let The Real Gangsta play @kimkardashian.”
Fans have warned Kodak that he should watch out for former Kanye West, who is not happy about Kim moving on. Kanye West recently filmed the murder of Kim‘s new boyfriend Pete Davidson in a violent video for “Eazy”
“Wait till Kanye sees this,” one of Kodak’s followers added, while another added, “He’d better delete this.”