Kodak Black has made another appeal to Trump (Picture: WireImage)
Kodak Black has made quite a proposition to Donald Trump, offering a $1 million (£742,000) donation to charity if the president pardons him before leaving office in January.
The 23-year-old rapper was sentenced to 46 months, almost four years, in prison after pleading guilty to federal weapons charges in November 2019.
According to a screenshot obtained by XXL, Kodak is hoping for an early release and is banking on a presidential pardon from Trump.
‘If The President Them Free Me , I’m Gonna Spend 1 million on Charity within The First Year I’m Out. That’s on Everything,’ the rapper reportedly tweeted.
Trump doesn’t have long to consider the request as he’ll be leaving the White House on January 20 when Joe Biden is sworn in as the new president of the United States.
However it’s just the latest in a growing list of Kodak’s attempts to reach out to the commander-in-chief.
In September, the rapper’s team are said to have sent a petition to the president requesting that his prison sentence be commuted. According to TMZ, the letter reportedly called the 46-month sentence unfair and said offenders of similar charges typically receive around 18 months.
Kodak is currently serving a 46-month sentence (Picture: @kodakblack, Instagram)
Earlier this year, Kodak also posted an open letter to Trump inviting the president to visit him.
He wrote: ‘Tell Donald Trump to pull-up on me, I got a brilliant idea. I thought of something back in Miami but I dismissed it [’cause] I be thinking I b crazy sometimes.
‘This s**t keep following me tho! This ain’t got nothing to do with my wrongful conviction, come see me I got my corona mask on.’
Kodak was arrested back in May at the Rolling Loud festival in Miami, and charged with two counts of ‘making a false statement in connection with the acquisition or attempted acquisition of a firearm’.
The maximum penalty is 10 years in jail and a $250,000 (£194,000) fine but he was said to have been given a lighter sentence as part of a plea arrangement.