Kodak Black has gone from prison to proclamation ... a proclamation that June 11 is now Kodak Black Day in Broward County, Florida.
Broward County Commissioner Dale Holness presented Kodak with the proclamation, stating June 11 will forever be known as a day honoring the rapper.
Holness bestowed the honor on Kodak Friday at a charity basketball tourney in Coral Springs.
Kodak was clearly moved, saying the proclamation means more to him than any platinum album. The proclamation lists some of Kodak's charitable work and personal accomplishments over the last few years.
The basketball tournament raised $5k to benefit the Lippman Youth Shelter.
As you know, Kodak scored a commutation from then-President Trump -- at the urging of his lawyer, Bradford Cohen -- in large part because of his charity work.
Among the good work Kodak has done ... donating a years' worth of diapers, underwear and socks to the Jack & Jill Children's Center and donating thousands of dollars so community groups could provide 1,000 turkeys to people in need. He's also forked over $20k for toys and other items for XMAS presents.
The proclamation also cites Kodak's contribution of $100k to families of fallen FBI agents, along with scholarship money for the children of the agents' families.