New Orleans police are on high alert in the wake of Kodak Black’s beef with Lil Wayne.
The “ZEZE” rapper has a show scheduled at the Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing Arts in Weezy’s hometown on Thursday (Mar. 14) and the venue is taking precautions to avoid any violence. According to TMZ, the venue’s owners are afraid that Kodak’s recent comments will have some Weezy fans out for revenge.
Last weekend, Kodak was at Miami’s LIV nightclub and expected to see Wayne. When he didn’t show, Kodak got upset and grabbed the mic, lashing out at his “Codeine Dreaming” collaborator.
“Where Lil Wayne at? … You fuckin’ maggot,” he told the crowd. “You should’ve died when you was a baby.”
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After the LIV video surfaced, Lil Wayne’s daughter, Reginae Carter, came to her father’s defense. “You new lil rappers need to start giving props and respect to the Goat. My father don’t bother nobody,” she wrote. “He won’t even react to what was said . This man be in his own world so leave him tf alone.”
Kodak returned fire, calling her Wayne’s “little bald-headed daughter.” “Nobody ain’t say nothing to that little girl,” he said. “First of all, nobody ain’t say nothing about your daddy, so don’t be coming at me like that. I ain’t no shawty, I ain’t no peon.”
Reginae’s mother, Toya Wright, also weighed in (“Boy F#CK you”), prompting Kodak to respond: “@toyawright If I Ain’t Have No Girlfriend I’ll Fuck Da Shit Out Yo Fine Ass.”
Security at the Mahalia Jackson Theater will be monitoring social media for any threats about the show. New Orleans police will also provide extra security to ensure Kodak’s safety.