Kodak Black wants Donald Trump to meet him in prison. Oddly enough, the desire does not stem from Black wanting the president to also be incarcerated. Instead, he claims he has an idea he'd like to impart to the president.

The rapper went to Instagram on Sunday to make his request.

"Tell donald trump to pull-up on me, i got a brilliant idea," he said. " I thought of something back in Miami, but i dismissed it [because] i be thinking i'm crazy sometimes. This s**t keeps following me tho!"

While he didn't clarify what exactly the idea is, Black said: "this ain't got nothing to do with my wrongful conviction."

And if the president somehow stops whatever he's doing and accepts the request to attend the meeting in prison, he may not have to worry about getting the coronavirus.

"Come see me, i got my corona mask on," Black wrote. 

The rapper then added an extreme ultimatum to entice Trump.

"If it's not worth anything, you can kill me," he wrote. "I'm ill for real." 

Naturally, the Instagram post received plenty of reactions on social media.

"This needs to be televised," one person said. 

Another Twitter user said, "look I can vouch for my guy Kodak here, I STRONGLY urge you tap in Donny. This could be historical."

While the chances of the meeting ever happening are very minimal, the Florida rapper at least gave social media a chance to get some laughs. 

Trump, who has been known to address a wide array of topics on social media, has not yet publicly responded to the request. 

According to Local10.com, the rapper was arrested last year when he was crossing the U.S.-Canada border near Niagara Falls. Police said Black and three other men possessed marijuana and a loaded pistol without a permit. The artist, whose legal name is Bill Kapri, plead guilty last month to second-degree criminal possession of a weapon. 

Black was also given a concurrent 46-month sentence in federal prison, in addition to the New York sentence, for illegally purchasing a gun in Florida. 

The "Roll in Peace" rapper, whose previous legal name was Dieuson Octave, faced charges when he was accused of raping of a high school student in 2016.