By Nobetternina (@nobetternina)
Outside of music, Florida based rapper Kodak Black has been known for his charitable acts ranging from Thanksgiving turkey giveaways, to Christmas toy donations and more recently offering to pay the tuition for the children of two FBI agents who were recently murdered in Florida.
36-year-old Daniel Alfin and 43-year-old Laura Schwartzenberger were murdered while serving a search warrant to 55-year-old David Lee Huber in connection with a child pornography case. When FBI agents showed up to Huber’s house to execute the search warrant, there were met with gunfire, which killed Alfin and Schwartzenberger and injured three other agents. Shortly after, Huber was killed by authorities.
After hearing of the tragedy, Kodak was interested in finding out how he could help the families of Alfin and Schwartzenberger. With the help of his lawyer Bradford Cohen, Kodak and his team reached out to Alfin and Schwartzenberger’s families offering to pay for the college tuitions of their children.
Daniel Alfin left behind a 3-year-old, while Laura Schwartzenberger left behind a 9-year-old and a 4-year-old. Bradford Cohen recently revealed that he had sent out an official letter of Kodak’s offer to the families of both agents and is currently awaiting a response.
Glad to see Kodak is still continuing his positive efforts during a time where positivity isn’t that easy to come by.