Although there isn't too much known about Kodak Black's friendship with the late XXXTentacion, it's clear that the two had a great deal of love for each other while X was alive. According to DJ Scheme, who used to DJ for the late rapper, Kodak's latest bit of support for X came in the form of a gift given to the rapper's 5-month-old son, Gekyume.

"Hey man shout out to @KodakBlack1k for sending 50 fucking bands to Gekyume," Scheme wrote in a Tuesday evening (June 18) tweet. "That is a real fucking human being."

It's hard to say when this alleged gift of $50,000 was given, but considering that today is the one-year anniversary of X's tragic death, there's a good chance it was sent recently. In a statement to XXL, Scheme says he's appreciative of Kodak's gesture.

"A lot of people said they wanted to help out, but I don’t know how many actually did," Scheme says. "But what I do know is Kodak Black is an amazing person for this. Honestly, we could've just not said anything, but I felt like I had to because for someone who is going through so much already, to reach out and help out my brother's son... Shit, that’s a real-ass human being."

Before X was shot and killed last year, he and Kodak collaborated on Kodak's 2017 track, "Roll in Peace." On the song, X even gives Kodak a shoutout. On his latest album, Dying to Live, Kodak pays tribute to X with "Malcolm X.X.X.," a song that draws parallels between the slain 20-year-old and polarizing activist Malcolm X.

Kodak is currently sitting behind bars in federal custody as he awaits the start of his trial for federal gun charges.

See Scheme's tweet below. Check out Kodak's new video for "Malcolm X.X.X." beneath the tweet.

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