It appears the troubles for Kodak Black are slowly building. The rap star caught substantial backlash after he disrespected the late Nipsey Hussle following his death by claiming to be the next online to take his fiancee Lauren London.
The rap star had said that he is giving Lauren London only a year to be a widow and because hunger will be killing her, he will then sweep in and get her and she won’t be able to refuse.
Well industry players, fellow rapper and fans of the late rapper were not pleased and went all out on Kodak. However they were met by defiant Kodak who at first refused to apologise for his comments noting he said what he said.
Black would quickly take an about turn after Power 106 L.A. announced that it was banning his music from it’s play lists.
The rapper then apologised to Lauren London for any disrespect although according to him, he knew he didn’t. Then Black continued to tell off any other person that was trying to tell him off also asking them to pull up if they wanted or if that is how the felt.
Well today the Trap Music Museum has pulled Kodak Black painting from display without any explanation.
We reached out to Black for a comment which his team did not offer upto this point. Keep it here for updates as they flow in. The juice is a dripper.