Chris Brown and Kodak Black

Chris Brown Put $10,000 in Kodak Black’s Prison Account

Chris Brown is showing Kodak Black some “Loyal”-ty.

The Pompano Beach rapper took to Twitter to reveal that Breezy transferred $10,000 into his commissary account. Project Baby thanked Chris for his generosity on Monday (March 19), after being released from solitary confinement.

“Fresh out the bing,” he wrote. “That boy @chrisbrown just dropped 10 racks on my books, that’s love.”

Kodak was originally sent to the hole because he reportedly contacted a person he wasn’t supposed to speak with. He asked for a laptop and tutor visits while in the bing, after claiming that he wanted to study for his GED. It’s unclear how many he actually served. Black initially earned solitary confinement for 30 days.

Law enforcement officials arrested the “Roll in Peace” rapper during a home raid in January. He pled not guilty to multiple charges including possession of marijuana and possession of ammunition.

Black and Brown collaborated on “Pills & Automobiles” off last year’s Heartbreak on a Full Moon. The song’s video was later filmed while Kodak was on house arrest.