Kodak Black done opened up a can of worms publicly expressing his admiration for Lauren London in wake of the death of Nipsey Hussle.
No one was here for it from Black Twitter to T.I. to The Game. The veteran rappers took a more aggressive approach when advising the Pompano Beach rapper to back pedal. Tip told him he’s “outta pocket,” meanwhile the Los Angeles rapper straight up told him to keep anything Nipsey Hussle-related out of his mouth.
Tank took a more gentle, mature approach when advising the 21-year-old rapper to apologize for his distasteful comments.
“Kodak Black … That’s not it, bro. I promise you that’s not it. You got to listen to the guy next to you that’s saying too soon. And the other guy next to you that’s trying to keep you from saying it, period.”
The singer went on to explain that there are bigger factors in play when making insensitive comments like the ones he recently made. “Not only just the people who love and respect Nip, and Lauren, you do business with us [Atlantic Records] … That’s a tough spot to be in young fella.”
Tank continued, “If you meant no disrespect, you meant no harm it’s easier to say that than to play the tough guy. Fix this bro.”
The way things are unfolding, more people will probably check Kodak Black for his ignorance. But will he apologize? Find out on the next episode of Dragon Ball Z.