According to the tweet sent out by Kodak (or someone that is a part of his camp), Brown "just dropped 10 racks" on his books.
He clearly seems grateful for the gesture too, capping off the tweet with "that's love." As another musical talent who has experienced legal dilemmas in the past, it is no surprise to see Brown stand by the rapper in his time of need.
Last week, it was reported that Kodak has been sentenced to 30 days of solitary confinement while serving his most recent jail stint following a January raid of his home. He was reportedly sent to solitary confinement for talking on the phone with someone who he is prohibited from speaking with.
Kodak's career has been clouded up to this point by multiple run-ins with the law. In October 2017, he was indicted for first-degree sexual assault charges related to an incident that took place at a Florence, South Carolina hotel. His current incarceration is related to the aforementioned raid of his home earlier this year that brought forth multiple charges such as weed and ammunition possession, child neglect, and grand theft of a firearm. While some of the charges were dropped, he pled not guilty to the ones that are remaining, which are related to weed and ammunition possession.
Despite his legal troubles, Kodak has managed to stay delivering new material with a feature on Rick Ross' "Florida Boy" single, as well as dropping his mixtape Heart Break Kodak this past Valentine's Day. Brown has yet to confirm or deny the claim that he put $10,000 on Kodak's prison books.