Kodak Black Seemingly Apologizes for Inappropriate Lauren London Comments

Bessie Dean
April 9, 2019

Kodak Black has issued an apology to Lauren London and Nipsey Hussle for his disrespectful and distasteful comments.

The Los Angeles rapper, whose real name was Ermias Davidson Asghedom was one of three men shot outside his clothing store in the Hyde Park neighbourhood of LA. She about to be out here single. "She might need a whole year to be crying and s*** for him".

Pearl is happy that people are calling Kodak Black out, but says "women have been saying that this man is sexist and misogynistic" for a long time. I said I'll give her a year to grieve and cry.

"You outta pocket n****", T.I. said. "She can call my line".

Kodak Black's comments angered the Hip Hop community, including Big Boy who publicly denounced him after Power 106 banned his music in support of Nipsey Hussle and his family.

Before offering his apology, Kodak had little remorse for what he had said, saying on the social media platform, 'Hell yeah, I said what I said.

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"If I disrespected you Lauren London in any shape or form, I am sorry", the 21-year-old rapper said on Instagram Live, before adding: "Even though I didn't".

Plans were being finalized for the funeral service for Nipsey Hussle who was killed last week.

In a separate incident, The Source also came under fire on Twitter after it posted a video link that purported to show footage of the Holder killing Hussle and kicking the rapper in the head after firing the fatal shots that ended his life.

Holder has since been captured by police and was formally charged Thursday. The post, which appeared on Tuesday, offered readers a chance to see exclusive footage from TheBlast.com. I've lost my best friend, my sanctuary my protector my soul ...

'But, anyhow. But for all you other people trying to fake act like you little boying me on the internet or checking me on the internet, that's how you wanna feel.

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