Kodak Black

Kodak Black Wants Coronavirus to Last Until He's Released From Prison

  /  03.18.2020

Kodak Black is back on his B.S.

The incarcerated rapper is stirring up more controversy from behind bars. On Wednesday, Kodak posted a since-deleted message addressing his fellow rappers in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

“I ain’t missing out on nothing right now,” said Kodak, whose legal name is Bill Kapri. “You rap ni**as can’t make no money right now. This corona shit need to last till I get out.”

The COVID-19 outbreak has forced many artists to reschedule or cancel shows. Coachella and J. Cole’s Dreamville Festival have been postponed, while Glastonbury and Pharrell’s Something in the Water Festival have been canceled altogether.

Earlier this month, Kodak pleaded guilty to second-degree criminal possession of a weapon after he was detained at the Canadian border last April for carrying a loaded pistol without a permit. He faces between two and seven years in prison when he’s sentenced on March 24.

He is currently serving a 46-month sentence on weapons charges in a Kentucky prison and is scheduled to be released on Aug. 14, 2022.

Despite his situation, Kodak remains active on social media. He recently made headlines for calling out Megan Thee Stallion over her “drive the boat” catchphrase, claiming he was first to use the slogan and not her.

“I Really Wanna Go Bad On Lil One but I’m Keepin This Shit Pretty,” said Kodak.


Cardi B Seemingly Reacts To Leaked Video Of Kanye West Calling Her A "Plant By The Illuminati"

Cardi B posted a clip of Kanye West praising her during a 2022 interview with ...

Travis Scott And Kylie Jenner Reportedly Finalize Son's Name Change

According to TMZ, Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner finalized their son’s name change to Aire ...

Meek Mill Opens Up About His Relationship With Drake After Their Beef

According to Meek Mill, “We got to a space where we can text each other ...

Billboard Names Top 10 Greatest Rappers of All Time

The list includes Drake, Nicki Minaj, Eminem, JAY-Z, and more.
View More

Sponsored Stories