Kodak Black has gained some perspective.
Objectivity is a blessing and Kodak Black has seen the light. Despite receiving news of an impending one-year jail sentence, the young rapper has gained some perspective on his fate. Rather than interpreting the punishment as bleak, Kodak has chosen to remain optimistic, going so far as to deem his return to prison as a "blessing in disguise." Kodak recently penned a heartfelt and powerful Instagram sermon, in which a sense of his newfound mentality can be gleaned. Alongside a regal and religiously-themed picture, Kodak evokes the almighty God from the jump.
"First and foremost I want to thank the lord for this blessing in disguise which was sending me back to jail January 18 2018," he writes, implying that wisdom was gained throughout the course of his trials and tribulations. "Second I want to thank the lord again for using my advocate Bradford Cohen as an instrument to speak through him and work diligently on my behalf," he continues, shouting out his lawyer's celestial performance in the courtroom. He expands on the nature of their relationship, writing "would also like to thank Brad for seeing me as more than a client and for looking out for me as one of his family members."
Perhaps his final point is the most poignant, as Kodak took the time to thank those who passed the sentence in the first place. "Last but not least I would like to thank the judge Michael Lynch and the prosecutor Michelle Boutros," writes Kodak. "For giving me a fair deliberation and not over looking me and judging as the media and the nay sayers set me out to be."
It's interesting to see his newfound lease on life, and one hopes he can continue to carry himself in this manner moving forward. Shout out to Kodak for taking some responsibility and handling his circumstances like a man.