Kodak Black Longs For The Campus Life: "What College Should I Go To?"

Imprisonment is objectively a challenging time for anyone. Some people get out and stay out, while others aren’t so lucky. In the case Kodak Black, bets might just be on his achieving the former. Ever since he was released from prison with that new hairdo, the homie seems to have changed. And recently, the next venture the rapper is entertaining involves the college experience.

One Kodak’s latest tweets asks his fans: “What college should I go to?”

Although the idea attending college is generally decreasing in popularity, his following did not hesitate to give him suggestions. Many pointed to the entertainer’s own home state Florida. Others responded with humor.

People probably aren’t worried about having another brother drown in debt from pursuing a college education. Kodak has proved to have a completely different set values than he did prior to going to prison. He recently ditched 100K worth performance opportunities to focus on the production new music. His focus on building the new Kodak Black is undeniable.

The Florida native surprised many people when he studied for, passed his GED and ficially earned his High School Diploma. We are rooting for him when it comes to this next academic challenge.

Rihanna To Receive Honorary Degree From The University Of The West Indies

The University the West Indies has four esteemed campuses in the Carribbean, in Mona, Jamaica, St Augustine, Trinidad & Tobago, and Cave Hill, Barbados, close to Rihanna’s childhood home. The Institution has chosen to honor the charitable singer with a special dissertation. The honorary degree will be presented to her at a special ceremony scheduled for October 20 at the Cave Hill Campus in Barbados.

According to Nation News, Rihanna will receive her diploma alongside other high achievers including Justice Adrian Dudley Saunders, and Pressor Ebenezer Oduru Owusu, who will receive Honorary Doctor Laws and a Honorary Doctor Science respectively. Rihanna will accept her degree “for eminence in the arts,” her 2nd such honor since receiving The Harvard Foundation award for Humanitarian the Year in 2017.

The graduation ceremony in Mona will grant a similar Doctorate Letters to Jamaican expat Grace Jones for her contributions to the cultural zeitgeist. Grace Jones famously fled the austere conditions her household in joining the diaspora overseas, in her case in New York City. Much like Rihanna, Grace Jones upheld her Carribbean roots in a resolute manner, while becoming a naturalized American, almost stubbornly so. Congrats to both leading women, they’ve certainly earned the right to vacation down under.

Michelle Williams Opens Up After Her Stay At Mental Health Institution

Last week, Michelle let her following know that her struggle with depression has led her to seek help for her mental health. After receiving treatment for a couple weeks, the singer is now opening up about her experience.

Although she did announce her stay publicly, she seems to be surprised by the response she received from her following. Her caption expresses her appreciation for all the support she received, including a dope meal from Tina Knowles.