Kodak Black is stirring up more controversy with his latest comments.
After saying he would romantically pursue Lauren London following Nipsey Hussle’s death, T.I. called him out and told him to apologize. “You out of pocket, ni**a. Fix that shit…quickly, expeditiously,” said Tip.
As a result of his disrespectful remarks, his exhibit was removed from T.I.’s Trap Music Museum in Atlanta, prompting Kodak to lash out at the museum. “Fuck that pussy ass museum,” he said. “I ain’t give you permission to put me up anyway.”
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Now, Kodak is going even further, claiming that T.I. only targeted him because he himself was interested in pursuing Nipsey’s late girlfriend, who is grieving the loss of the 33-year-old rapper. “Dude just wants first dibs on her,” Kodak said repeatedly during an Instagram livestream. “Eat a baby dick,” he added.
Following the backlash from his earlier comments, others including The Game also put Kodak on blast for “disrespecting” Nipsey’s legacy, while Power 106 banned Kodak’s music from their radio station.
“We stand with the family of Nipsey Hussle and are appalled by the disrespectful and poor comments made by Kodak Black,” tweeted Power 106 DJ Justin Credible. “With that, Power 106 will not support Kodak Black’s music.”
REAL 92.3 personality Big Boy also slammed Kodak for his comments, saying that the disrespect won’t be tolerated. “I’m not here for the blatant disrespect and fake ass apologies,” said the radio host. “To disrespect the King Nipsey and The Queen Lauren, is where I draw the line.”
Kodak eventually issued an apology over his inflammatory comments, but stopped short of admitting fault. “If I disrespected you Lauren London, in any shape or form, I’m sorry,” he said on Instagram Live. “Even though I didn’t. And rest in peace to [Nipsey].”