Less than a week after the death of Nipsey Hussle, the Florida rapper announced he plans to pursue Lauren London, Nipsey’s fiancé and mother of his child. "She's finna be a whole widow out here. I'll be the best man I can be for her," he said to many angry commenters.
After that, both T.I. and The Game called out Kodak for being “out of pocket” and in general, inappropriate regarding both respect for a grieving woman and the legacy of a rap legend. This got Kodak to respond “Or What?” in the comments of T.I.’s post, which many felt was also insensitive, given the Grand Hustle’s bosses attempts at trying to kick him some game.
L.A. radio host Big Boy was also one to respond to Black’s comments. He says he wasn’t going to promote Kodak Black on his timeline with a picture of him, but rather put up a pic of Nipsey and Lauren and got reflective about leaders in Hip Hop. He also says he’s “blocking the bulls**t from now on.”
Now, Kodak Black is responding to all the criticism at once. Via an Instagram Live session from earlier today (April 7), he apologized, sort of.
"Hey listen though, real s**t this gonna be my last time talking about this," he said during the session. "If I disrespected you Lauren London in any shape or form, I am sorry.... Even though I didn't. Rest in peace to dude, if I disrespected Lauren London in any way even though I know I didn't, my bad."
If that wasn’t insincere enough, Kodak signed off with his go-to insult. "Suck a baby d**k, all you old n****s reachin' f**k y'all," he said.
Kodak also responded to T.I.’s initial comments with pretty much the same sentiment he’s giving everyone else, saying, “Man, listen: I said what I said. Y'all tryin' to misconstrue what I said.... F**k that. I don't give f**k what y'all talkin' about," he said. "T.I., man, I don't care. I'm in Georgia right now."
Social media wasn’t done with Kodak Black’s antics and they’re not accepting his apology. See what they had to say below.
Kodak Black’s music also caught the wrath of people in the business. L.A. DJ and show host Justin Credible of Power 106 pledged he’d no longer play Kodak’s music on the radio.
"We stand with the family of Nipsey Hussle and are appalled by the disrespectful and poor comments made by Kodak Black," Justin Credible said Saturday. "With that, Power 106 will not support Kodak Black’s music."