Back in January 2021, Trump commuted Kodak’s 46-month prison sentence on federal weapons charges for falsifying information on background-check forms to buy firearms in 2019.

“I Want To Thank The President @RealDonaldTrump For His Commitment To Justice Reform And Shortening My Sentence,” Kodak said at the time. Last November, he tweeted “Bring Trump Back.”

He also showed his loyalty to Trump by getting a diamond championship ring inscribed with “Trump Ties” on one side and his “date of emancipation” on the other.

In the video, Durkio flexes with stacks of cash while he and his crew take over a penthouse in NYC at night.

“Computer Murderers” has been added to 7220, which also features collaborations with Future, Summer Walker, Gunna, and Morgan Wallen.

On April 8, Durk will hit the road on his “7220 Tour,” which kicks off in Phoenix and wraps May 2 in Chicago.