TMZ caught up with the Grand Hustle label boss at the Los Angeles International Airport where he was headed to the Nipsey Hussle memorial at the Staples Center in downtown L.A.
In a more aggressive tone, the King of the South told the publication that Kodak is going to get back what he has been putting out into the universe.
“The laws of reciprocity are in order at all times,” he said after he shook his head in disgust and adding that he wishes that no harm on Kodak. But he also insinuated strongly that karma will come back to visit him soon.
Most hip hop fans are aware that Tip removed any vestige of Kodak’s work from the famous Trap Music Museum in Atlanta after Kodak’s unwise pronouncements. Kodak then retorted profanely to Tip’s gesture.
Kodak had everybody’s mouths wide open when he declared online that he will give Lauren London a set time to mourn Nipsey Hussle’s brutal murder before he’s come on to her.
Kodak did come back and offer a half-hearted apology that was not received well by his musical contemporaries nor the public. But, as Tip said, the words of a “non-respectable person” has little value to the world.
Check out what T.I. had to say in full below: