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Kodak Black performs onstage during the 4th Annual TIDAL X (Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images for TIDAL)
Kodak Black is looking to flip some of the heat he has received in Hip-Hop after issuing unsavory and insensitive remarks toward Lauren London on T.I.
In an Instagram Live session, the “Ze Ze” rapper details his plans to shoot his shot at the girlfriend of the late Nipsey Hussle, only to be checked by her friend and ATL co-star T.I.
“Hey, Kodak Black: You outta pocket, n***a. Fix that shit—quickly, expeditiously,” T.I said in a video response.
Now, Black is stating that T.I. only came to London’s defense because he wants London for himself.
“Dude just wants first dibs on her,” Kodak says in his latest IG session. He would go on to tell the King of the South to “Eat a baby dick.”
In the aftermath of the original statements, T.I. made the decision to pull pieces of art included in T.I.’s Trap Music Museum in Atlanta. The move didn’t affect Kodak, who not only made it clear he didn’t care by saying he never authorized his placement in the first place.
T.I. is not the only member of Hip-Hop to have an issue with Kodak Black’s statements. The Game also issued a social media response online and both Hip-Hop radio staples in Los Angeles have banned Kodak’s music from being played.
“We stand with the family of Nipsey Hussle and are appalled by the disrespectful and poor comments made by Kodak Black. With that, Power 106 will not support Kodak Black’s music,” Justin Credible shared on Twitter.
Earlier in the week, Kodak issued a half-hearted apology. “If I disrespected you Lauren London in any shape or form, I am sorry… Even though I didn’t.”
Issued for Kodak Black are not limited to the Hip-Hop community. He is also facing charges of rape in South Carolina, where he allegedly attacked a high school student after a show in 2016.