TMZ studies that the rapper hasn’t been allowed to talk with a rabbi as a way to observe the faith from behind bars.
Kodak’s legal professional, Bradford Cohen, informed the outlet that he’s gearing in the direction of submitting a lawsuit if his consumer doesn’t obtain a session together with his personal rabbi—or any rabbi—quickly. Kodak has seemingly requested a gathering for months; Cohen stated they’ll sue for a violation of Kodak’s First Modification proper to observe his faith if his request just isn’t honored.
Cohen additionally defined that Kodak isn’t but formally Jewish however identifies with the faith. It apparently doesn’t assist his conversion efforts if he can’t have a face-to-face together with his rabbi. Nonetheless, it seems COVID-19 components into this subject as effectively, as Cohen conceded that the chaplain at Kodak’s Kentucky facility emailed them to say that in-person conferences have been nixed due to the pandemic. Nonetheless, the chaplain additionally stated talking on the cellphone with the rabbi must be doable.
In accordance with TMZ, Kodak is so insistent on talking together with his, or any, rabbi and a Torah as a result of he thinks it should profit his psychological well being. Kodak looks like God has a plan for him, and he desires to debate it with a spiritual chief.
Whereas the Bureau of Prisons wouldn’t touch upon Kodak’s state of affairs, they reportedly informed TMZ they make a significant effort to meet inmates’ non secular wants.