An exclusive video obtained from TheBlast.com shows Kodak talking to a group of at-risk teens giving them some words of wisdom; “The skreets ain’t where it’s at!”
Speaking to. group of children in Albany Georgia through Angela Stanton-King and the American King Foundation, Black spoke to a group of young fans who asked questions to the recently released rapper about what he learned during his incarceration and told them how being locked up affects all of a person’s loved ones.
Kodak, who received a Presidential clemency release in Donald Trump’s last day of his tumultuous term in office let the teens know that the street life gets “harder to pull away from” as you get older.
See the video in its entirety below.