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Kodak Black Blasted Over Insensitive Remarks About Lauren London

As if Kodak Black wasn’t already in enough trouble, he’s now facing massive backlash for his lewd remarks about Nipsey Hussle‘s longtime girlfriend Lauren London.

Over the weekend, the rapper made comments about London being “a widow” during a recent Instagram Live session. In the clip, the Floridian artist can be seen referring to the actress as “baby,” and claiming he will be giving her time to grieve before shooting his shot.

 

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After the video made the rounds, Kodak was blasted by fans and a few of his rap peers, including T.I.and The Game.

“Kodak Black, you outta pocket, n****,” T.I. said in a now viral Instagram video clip. “Fix that s*** quickly, expeditiously, n****. You outta pocket, n****.”

 

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The Game issued a far more vicious warning.

“N****, keep my n**** name out your f****** mouth, n****,” the Compton rapper began a lengthy Instagram video. “Keep his girl’s name out your f****** mouth…this new generation, y’all f***** up in the head, n****.”

 

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Kodak eventually offered a weak apology to London and Hussle’s family.

“If I disrespected you Lauren London, in any shape or form, I’m sorry,” the rapper told fans during a follow-up Instagram Live session. “Even though I didn’t. And rest in peace to dude. Y’all already know what I said. I said dude encouraged me to do s**t for the community. My bad, to them two.”

 

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The damage seems to have already been done, however. An L.A. radio station has vowed to stop spinning the rapper’s records; several nightclubs have also agreed to boycott his music.

As previously reported, last week, Kodak was formally charged for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman after a 2016 concert in South Carolina and could potentially face a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison if convicted.

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