Kodak Black has been praised after he gifted air conditioning units to housing project residents in Florida.
The rapper purchased 100 air conditioning units totalling to around $12,500 and hand-delivered them out of the back of a truck to the residents at the Golden Acres Projects in Pompano Beach, TMZ reports.
Kodak even dropped the conditioning units off door-to-door, handing residents their gift himself.
Some residents were so thankful to receive their air conditioning unit that Kodak's gift even managed to bring them to tears.
A video of Kodak's charitable moment was shared online in which he can be seen giving a speech while stood in the back of a truck full of the air conditioning units.
Following that he can be seen carrying units over to houses and giving them residents.
"We out here passing out AC units, helping install them," he says in the video. "We do it for the projects, we do it for the projects. The people relying on just enough cash to survive. We'll get you all ACs man, we out here."
"A lot of times people get it twisted. They be like, 'Man, Kodak sleep, Kodak this, Kodak that.' Well check this out. Kodak back in his hood, man, giving back. It's nothing new. You just happen to be a part of it today, that's it."
Kodak's gifting of the air conditioning unit took place with the help of Francky Pierre who runs the charity, Philanthropic Work and Outreach.
Pierre shared the video on Instagram writing: "Kodak GIVES Back. Today we went back to Golden Acres where Kodak grew up and passed out 100 AC units. Kodak not only respects where he is from, but he values the people that looked out for him while he was there . He spoke on how HOT the summers can get and AC units was the very first thing he thought of, so We did it without any hesitation. When I got the call I smiled because I know that his heart is pure and the love is real. I'm just blessed I get to be apart of the journey!!!"
Kodak's charitable donations come after he received a commutation earlier this year from former president, Donald Trump.
Kodak had been serving forty-two months in prison for 2 counts of making a false statement on an application for a firearm, TMZ reports, but his charitable work was noted as an official reasoning for his commutation.