In fact, Kodak communicated profanely that he could care less he is being symbolically punished for making disrespectful comments towards Tip’s close friend Lauren London and her murdered boyfriend, Nipsey Hussle.
He hopped on Instagram Live and torched T.I. and the museum.
“F— all that other s—. F— that p—- a– museum,” Kodak Black says in the Instagram Live post.
Kodak then trained his sights on the King of the South rapper. “B—-, I didn’t give you permission to put me up there anyways, b—-. F— that p—- a– museum.”
Kodak, 21, born Dieuson Octave in Pampano Beach, Florida, about an hour north of Miami, kicked off the controversy when he posted on IG that he would give the grieving London about a year to “cry and s—” and get over Nipsey’s killing before moving in to become her new boyfriend. He made the statement less than a week after Nipsey was murdered execution-style in front of his Marathon Clothing store in South Los Angeles.
That reckless statement incited major backlash from all corners of the hip-hop community. Rappers such as Tip, The Game and others tore into Kodak mercilessly and warned him to clean up his mess.
Moreover, nationally influential radio stations either banned his music or bashed him. Charlamagne Tha God in New York designated Kodak the “Donkey of the Day,” while Power 106 in Los Angeles declared they will no longer play the rapper’s music out of respect for London and Nip.
And the drama continues …