Kodak Black Responds To His Painting Removed From T.I.’s Trap Museum

Kodak Black Responds To His Painting Removed From T.I.’s Trap Museum

The backlash continues for rapper Kodak Black. His painting has officially been removed from T.I.’s Trap Museum in Atlanta. Check out footage of workers taking down the painting.

Kodak caught wind of the situation, responding on social media noting that he’s unbothered about his removal.

F*ck that p*ssy *ss museum, I ain’t give y’all permission to put me up there anyway.  

See his reaction below.


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The removal comes after Black’s controversial comments about Lauren London and her late boyfriend, Nipsey Hussle. Black made comments about trying to get with London, less than a week after Hussle was gunned down and killed in front of his South L.A. store, The Marathon.

It didn’t take long for T.I. to respond and let Black know he was “out of pocket” for his comments. See Black’s post and T.I.’s response below.

Black still showed no remorse after T.I.‘s response. In fact, he provoked him, letting him know that he was in T.I.’s home state that same day.

The removal from the Trap Museum wasn’t the first consequence Black has gotten over his comments. Radio station Power 106 in Los Angeles also said it will no longer be playing any of his music.

Rapper The Game also had a few words for Black. 

L.A. radio personality Big Boy left a message for Black as well.

Big Boy, Nipsey Hussle



Black later apologized to London. 

What do you think about Kodak Black’s painting being removed? Tell us in the comments!

Authored by: Char Patterson