Kodak Black Opens Up About Why He Threatened A Boogie & Don Q

Kodak Black is trying to bounce again from a current jail stint, and make up for misplaced floor within the course of. Despite remaining exhausting at work within the studio, the younger rapper has just lately discovered himself making headlines over non-musical antics. Some time again, Kodak made the error of dwell streaming whereas inebriated, and the phrases that adopted may solely be certified as “fightin’ phrases.” Taking intention at Don Q and former “Drowning” collaborator threated violence upon each events for unknown causes. 

Though he proceeded to make efforts to proper his wrongs (although Don Q actually took problem with Kodak’s redemptive method), the explanation behind Kodak’s animosity remained considerably of a thriller. Now, within the wake of a model new single “If I am Lyin I am Flyin,” Kodak has taken to Instagram Live to clear the air. Apparently the stress stemmed from a misunderstanding, as Kodak was beneath the impression that A Boogie and Don Q had accused him of wrongdoing; particularly, Kodak claims that Q and Boogie accused him of orchestrating a theft of their affiliate. 

“Come to seek out out, A Boogie carried out suppose I had one thing to do with it,” says Kodak, in a Thursday evening IG Live session. “Like rattling, bro, why do you’re feeling like I had one thing to do with that?” Kodak stated. “Be trustworthy with me y’all, do I appear like I’d do one thing like that?” He additionally explains that A Boogie and Don Q don’t have anything to concern from him, and are welcome on Floridian soil.

“I’m not gonna do nothing to no person. I don’t need no person to get shot. I don’t need no person to die on my behalf,” says Kodak. “I don’t need no blood on my arms. I’m just a bit child…. I’m making an attempt to be nice and be, like, the particular person I’m destined to be.” Peep the prolonged session beneath, with reflection on this specific state of affairs popping off across the four:30 mark.

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