Rapper Kodak Black admits he doesn’t like his dark complexion

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When rapper Kodak Black said he doesn’t like “black girls” on Instagram, social media erupted in a frenzy. Now, in a new interview he opens up about his feelings about his own skin color and it turns out, he’s not a fan.

He spoke with a reporter after the Master P celebrity basketball game in New Orleans on June 29. He was asked about his comments about black women and during the interview, he compares his preference of women with lighter skin to those who like women who are certain weights.

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“I’m an average dude cause I don’t see myself no better than him, no better than him, you know, or no less than him. So if he could say that he like skinny women…if he prefers skinny woman more than a more chubbier or more heavy set woman, he could say that and nobody won’t get mad at him,” he said. “I just said I don’t like women with my complexion. I like light skin women. I want you to be lighter than me. I love African American women, but I just don’t like my skin complexion.”

He goes on to share this little gem, “My complexion, we too gutta. Light skin women…they more sensitive,” he went on. “Nah, nah, they too tough. Light skin women, we can break ’em down more easy, you know what I’m saying?”