Florida Rapper Kodak Black’s mouth has helped himself make a few enemies. His recently posted Instagram Live video where he is discussing who he f**ks with, he boldly stated he doesn’t like black girls like that when he was asked about Keke Palmer. It’s amazing how someone who is black, is supposedly supported by blacks and is making money from blacks buying his music can fix his gold teeth filled mouth to disrespect black women in such manner. So what does he not like his mother, grandmother, sisters (if he has any), aunts, or female cousins? It’s idiotic statements like this that could be part of the reason why black women don’t fully support black men.
Hmmmpf…Kodak Black you’ve lost the support of black women, good luck getting Taylor Swift or Jennifer Lopez to waste their time supporting someone who doesn’t even appreciate his own kind.
Read more as reported by Complex:
Kodak Black posts all manner of entertainment on his Instagram feed via the “Stories” and “Live” features. Viewers may refresh their feed to find Kodak buying a new house, or catch a glimpse of what appears to be Kodak on the receiving end of oral sex.
On Saturday, the Pompano Beach, Florida rapper drew the ire of some fans by dropping some good, old fashioned colorism on his IG followers during another Instagram Live session. A user asked Kodak how he felt about Keke Palmer, to which he responded:
“Keke Palmer, she straight,” Kodak said. “I’d bag her, but I don’t really like black girls like that, sorta kinda.”
Users went on to ask him about Jennifer Lopez, Taylor Swift and Kylie Jenner, all of whom garnered a more favorable response.
Kodak is also apparently a fan of reality star/rapper Cardi B.
“At first, I ain’t really like Cardi B,” Kodak added. “But then I heard that “Bodak Yellow,” and I was like, ‘What, she want me or something?’ I heard how she came with my little flow.”
Needless to say, Kodak Black’s anti-melanin stance didn’t go over particularly well. Twitter users quickly began weighing in.
The Florida rapper has made similar comments in the past. He previously rapped “Where them yellow bones? / I don’t want no Black b***h / I’m already Black / Don’t need no Black b***h.”