Florida rapper Kodak Black appeared on New York radio station Hot 97 show ‘Ebro in the Morning’ to promote his new album ‘Dying to Live’ out this week. Things turned sour later in the interview, when Kodak was unhappy with a topic that was brought up.
The 21 year old rapper, whose real name is Bill K. Kapri, has a long history with the law, including drug and weapons charges. Earlier this year he was arrested for posting a live Instagram video of him smoking weed in front of his kid.
He has recently learned that a trial date has been set for April 2019, for a sexual assault case coming from an accusation of pinning down and raping a woman in a South Carolina hotel in February 2016.
During the interview, the shows host, Ebro Darden, brought up the recent cases, including the sexual assault case, which didn’t go down to well with Kodak. Seeing that he wasn’t pleased with him bringing the subject up, Ebro suggests that Kodak seemed upset at him mentioning the case.
The rapper responded; “I feel like sometimes when niggas like me going through shit, y’all be entertained by bullshit. Change the subject or I’m finna walk out.”
Hearing Kodak’s response, Ebro states that he “doesn’t have to change the subject” and “we can be done right here” which immediately ended the interview and led to Kodak walking out!
Watch the full Hot 97 interview with Kodak Black below!