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Kodak Black’s art removed from T.I.’s Trap Music Museum

Kodak Black at WGCI’s Big Jam in Chicago – (Photo Credit: Eddy “Precise” Lamarre)

By A.R. Shaw

Kodak Black continues to experience a backlash following his comments about Lauren London following the death of her significant other, Nipsey Hussle.

On April 8, Kodak Black-inspired artwork was removed from T.I.’s Trap Music Museum.

The removal comes after Kodak Black mentioned on his Instagram live that he would romantically pursue London now that should is single. T.I. blasted Kodak Black on an Instagram post by saying, “Hey, Kodak Black: You outta pocket, n—. Fix that sh–. Quickly, expeditiously.”

Kodak Black continued to play the tough guy role and challenged T.I. on his statement. He later attempted to apologize to London, but some viewed it as half-hearted.

“If I disrespected you Lauren London in any shape or form, I am sorry…. Even though I didn’t,” Kodak Black said. “Rest in peace to dude, if I disrespected Lauren London in any way even though I know I didn’t, my bad.”

This article originally appeared in Rollingout.com

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