Allow Kodak Black to Foolishly Explain Why Light-Skinned Women Are Better Than Dark-Skinned Women

Kodak Black is in court for the third day of his probation hearing on April 26, 2017 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Carline Jean/Sun Sentinel/TNS via Getty Images)

Allow Kodak Black to Foolishly Explain Why Light-Skinned Women Are Better Than Dark-Skinned Women

Yes…those exact words.

Published June 30, 2017

In more wildly embarrassing, and pathetic, news about what Kodak Black’s been doing with his time spent out of prison, his latest update lands him on the mic with The Chaney TV to further defend his commentary about dating dark-skinned black women.

You would think Charlamagne Tha God’s Donkey of the Day trophy was good enough for him, but apparently it wasn’t. Now, the Project Baby’s explanation for his preference for lighter-skinned women may have just boosted his accolade to Donkey of the Year. 

Speaking with a reporter while participating in Master P’s celebrity basketball game in New Orleans on Thursday (June 29), Kodak dipped deeper into the controversy. He started off by explaining that his taste for women with lighter complexions is as simple as men who prefer thinner women over thicker girls, and therefore, he doesn’t feel he should be condemned. But in a confusing twist, he turns the commentary on himself, expressing that he doesn’t “like women with his complexion” but still loves Black women as a whole.

“I just said I don’t like women with my complexion,” he elaborates. “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.”

The reason for such a preference? According to the Project Baby, dark-skinned women are “too gutta,” and light-skinned women are the opposite.

“My complexion, we too gutta,” he said. “Light-skin women, they more sensitive.”

When the reporter responds that there are actually dark-skinned “sensitive” women, he offered a rebuttal.

“Nah, nah, they too tough,” he said. “Light-skin women, we can break ’em down more easy, you know what I’m saying?”

Why Kodak Black would want to “break down” any woman he chooses to date still remains a mystery. But we’ll let you hear the foolishness for yourself in the video below. 

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: Carline Jean/Sun Sentinel/TNS via Getty Images)


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