In the wake of the tragic passing of Nipsey Hussle, the hip hop community has provided an outpouring of support and kind words to the rapper’s family and friends, as well as to his partner, Lauren London.
However, Kodak Black took an alternative route, making a series of insensitive remarks about London and his desire to pursue her romantically. The rapper was met with instant backlash, with artists such as The Game and T.I. vocalizing their disdain for the Florida rapper’s disgusting commentary.
Following the comments being made over the weekend, consequences for his brash actions began pouring in.
First, Power 106 decided to no longer play the rapper’s music. Next, T.I. pulled the plug on featuring the 21-year-old as part of his Trap Music Museum in Atlanta. He previously warned Kodak, “You outta pocket, n–a. Fix that s–t—quickly, expeditiously.”
On Monday (April 8), footage began circulating showcasing the removal of the art installation while attendees witnessed what was happening. While Kodak would later attempt to apologize to London, he remained short-tempered when responding to Tip’s commentary and realizing why he has being removed from the exhibit.
“F–k all that other s–t. F–k that pussy ass museum,” Kodak Black said on Instagram Live. “B—h, I didn’t give you permission to put me up there anyways, b—h. F–k that pussy ass museum.”
Given the rapper’s aptitude for causing a controversy on social media, his latest comments certainly remain on brand.
Take a look at Kodak Black’s response to T.I. below.