Kodak Black helps the Baltimore Ravens celebrate their newly won AFC North title in a major way.

On Sunday (Dec. 30), Kodak popped up at the M&T Bank Stadium and spent the day watching the pre-game warmups from the sideline before the game started. The “ZeZe” rapper was there as a guest of Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson, who is also a native of Kodak’s hometown of Pompano Beach, Fla.

After the Baltimore Ravens beat the Cleveland Browns 26-24 won to place them into playoff contention, Kodak was invited into the locker room and celebrate the victory with the rest of the team, reports baltimoreravens.com.

Kodak took pictures with several of the players and even let Jackson take home the expensive diamond-encrusted gold chain that he was flexing on Instagram Live.

Jackson added that Kodak is a good luck charm for the team. He pointed out that the Ravens are 2-0 with the rapper cheering them on from the sidelines. "He came to the Bills game. He came to this game. We’re winning..." Jackson quipped.

Kodak is having a championship season himself. The 21-year-old rapper earned his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart with his latest project Dying to Live. He also celebrated the holiday season with his ladylove Yung Miami. So yeah, Kodak is still winning.

Check out Kodak Black celebrating with the Baltimore Ravens AFC North win below.

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