Kodak Black Survives The Gervonta Davis Plane Crash


Boxer Gervonta Davis got caught up in a plane accident, while trying to take off.

His private plane blew an engine which forced the pilot to land, though no one was severely injured, some passengers did sustain minor bumps and bruises.

Davis was accompanied by Kodak Black, who revealed on Twitter that he was on the plane that crash-landed, and he's not feeling so good right now.

Black complained of neck and back pain, but it has not been reported if he has any major injuries.

Kodak Black blew up the audience at Rolling Loud, when he announced to fans his album is coming in October.

“I need all y’all to grab my album when it drops in October.” He said. “Not an EP or none of that. An album, y’all know how I’m coming.”

This will be Kodak’s fourth official studio album and the first since he released Bill Israel last year.

Kodak Black dropped a new music video.

“Senseless,” is his latest musical effort since Haitian Boy Kodak, followed up by the surprise project, Happy Birthday Kodak, on his birthday.

Coi Leray teamed with Black and Mustard for “At The Top.”

The track followed “No More Parties” which has ran up on all streaming platforms.

Kodak Black was recently honored for his philanthropy

Broward Commissioner Dale V.C. Holness issued a proclamation honoring Kodak Black who grew up in Pompano Beach.

The proclamation lists several of Black’s contributions, including college costs for the three children of two FBI agents killed in a raid in Sunrise; funeral costs of a South Carolina police officer; and $100,000 to Nova Southeastern University’s law school in memory of Meadow Pollack, who was killed in the Parkland high school shooting in 2018.


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