Kodak Black: What clueless and tasteless sounds like

In the case of Kodak Black, no news is good news but when the Florida rapper makes NBC, CNN, and BBC headlines, you know it can’t be good.

Wasn’t it just last week when Kodak Black inserted his foot in his mouth and made deplorable and offensive statements regarding Lil Wayne while in an establishment frequented by Lil Wayne no less?  In front of a crowd with rolling iPhone cameras?

Wasn’t it just last week when Kodak lost his marbles when Reginae Carter, daughter of Lil Wayne, unleashed the wrath in her father’s defense (for good reason) and instead of offering an apology he continued to harass her mother, Toya Wright?  It was all in jest he claimed.

In the midst of a grieving world over the loss of Nipsey Hussle who was murdered just 8 days ago, Kodak found this week the opportune time to take to Instagram Live and talk to his fans.  No, he did not offer his condolences.  Instead, in a room full of people with the world watching, he offered his opinion on the status of Lauren London and how he can be the best man she needs by stating,

“Lauren London a widow now.  I’ll give her a whole year.  She might need a whole year to be crying and sh** for him.”

As a result, he finds himself banned from radio airplay, called out by his industry peers, and still his ego couldn’t help but defend his comments after facing backlash from Power 106 radio DJ Justin Credible who tweeted his decision to boycott Black’s music at the station.

“We stand with the family of Nipsey Hussle and are appalled by the disrespectful and poor comments made by Kodak Black. With that, Power 106 will not support Kodak Black’s music. #LongLiveNip.”

Luckily, we had T.I. and Game step in and remind him of his place in this world.  Perhaps the man accused of sexual assault and charged with one count of first degree criminal sexual conduct but hand his head in shame.  But it’s doubtful.