Kodak Black, The Hugs Foundation and Domestic Violence

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During his 20s, rapper Kodak Black rose to fame in a video for his song “No Flockin’,” which features Biggie Smalls’ “Juicy.” It’s both a dope track and a good reference point for the 20-year-old’s activism, as it’s the same song about putting down your guns that he helped fund for Meek Mill, and it’s “No Flockin’” that he has now taken on to support Jannat’s organization, The Hugs Foundation, which raises awareness of domestic violence.

Black teamed up with The Hugs Foundation for the Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Turkey giveaway in a video that he posted to Instagram. Five thousand turkeys were sent out across Miami on October 23rd.

The turkeys will be distributed to more than 15,000 families, which includes breakfast for 200 people and lunch for 700 people, while also including turkeys for dinner for 15,000 people.

There were also toys for the children and additional breakfast and lunch supplies for the families, as well as the arts supplies for the teen club, as well as a variety of other items for charity.

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