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T.I.’s Trap Music Museum Removes Kodak Black’s Art Installation Following Their Beef

In Atlanta on Monday, T.I.’s Trap Music Museum…

In Atlanta on Monday, T.I.’s Trap Music Museum removed Kodak Black’s artwork from inside of the facility. T.I. and Kodak Black recently had a disagreement over Kodak’s comments on Lauren London. Kodak began to receive backlash for going Instagram Live less than a week after the unfortunate loss of Nipsey Hussle to make mention of his thoughts behind pursing London romantically.

“Hey Kodak Black, you outta pocket, n***a. Fix that shit—quickly, expeditiously,” says T.I. in an Instagram video following Kodak’s distasteful comments on social media. Responding to the backlash and criticism he has received since, Kodak attempted to apologize after he said his words were being misconstrued by people. “If I disrespected you Lauren London in any shape or form, I am sorry…. Even though I didn’t.” Kodak continues his “apology” by saying, “Rest in peace to dude, if I disrespected Lauren London in any way, even though I know I didn’t, my bad.”

T.I.’s Trap Music Museum Removes Kodak Black’s Art Installation Following Their Beef
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In addition to T.I.’s removal of his artwork, Kodak Black has received major backlash from the entertainment industry as Charlemagne tha God recently awarded Kodak with Donkey of the Day and radio stations like Power 106 FM have pulled the plug on his music.

Feature Image Via Complex

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