Kodak's not with it
A Kodak Black show came to an abrupt stop after a fan scaled the scaffolding around the stage.
According to TMZ — who also found footage of the incident — Kodak’s show in Connecticut was halted after a drunk fan climbed up onto the rigging. The clearly angry crowd (including members of Kodak’s crew) does everything they can to get him down but the kid manages to drop down and try to make an escape out of the back of the venue. Unfortunately for him, the cops were waiting.
The gossip website reports that the impromptu daredevil was given a summons and told to get the hell on.
Not Here For It
Unlike his contemporaries, Kodak clearly doesn’t play around with kids getting too wild at his shows. While an XXXtentacion show might be the home of several fights, a Travis Scott show might end in a riot, and a Lil Uzi Vert show might have kids flying from balconies, Kodak wants all his fans on the ground where he can see them.
A Man Apart
In fact, Kodak has underlined the point that he is not like any of his peers in ever starker ways. In a recent rant, Kodak took on Lil Uzi Vert and Lil Yachty and accused their music of being hollow and without merit.
“Listen, these fake rappers. Hey listen here man… Listen. I got some more albums coming out. I am not like these other n***as, I don’t even listen to Uzi, these n***as d**k in the booty, they confusing the community… I don’t even listen to Yachty, he don’t even be dropping no knowledge,” he said.
Kodak wasn’t content to keep the beefs just to rappers who are still active. He openly trashed Master P after the No Limit head and businessman attempted to mentor him. Kodak said that Percy tried to charge him for mentorship, a move he found particularly greedy.
“I guess Master P thought I was a fool. I still f*ck with Master P the long way. But I ain’t no motherf*cking fool,” he said, adding that he wouldn’t ask his friends to pay him for his help. “I give my n*ggas whatever game I got, I give it to them for free. Ain’t charging ’em. I ain’t gon’ buy no game from no n*gga.”
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Master P countered that he never asked Kodak for money and that he was just trying to warn him away from his current representation.
“I gave him advice. Whether he listened or not that’s on him,” Master P said. “I told him you got this attorney that’s a crook…The real Kodak story should be how much money have [Kodak’s entertainment lawyer] Theo Sedlmayr made off him.”
“Kodak reached out to me directly for help. A lot of people told me not to get involved with him but I’m about helping the next generation and I looked at him as just misunderstood. I treated him like a son. I never asked him for a dime, I never took any money from him.”
What do you think? Why is Kodak against his shows getting as unhinged as an X show? Do you think he has a point when he says he’s above these other rappers? Has he earned that?
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