Kodak Black's been testing many people over the past few months with his comments. He had a short-lived feud with Lil Wayne, Reginae Carter, and Toya Wright before getting into it with Young M.A. However, it's his comments about the late Nipsey Hussle's girlfriend, Lauren London, that has received the most amount of backlash. His music is being banned on radio stations across Los Angeles but one New York City radio station won't be participating in the boycott.

Ebro will continue to play Kodak Black's music but only out of spite towards people who thought the radio host was out of pocket to bring up the Florida rapper's pending sexual assault case.

"I already gave him the button a long time ago. In person," Ebro said. "So I didn't have time for Kodak Black and his comments about waiting a year to have sex with Nipsey Hussle's widow."

Ebro further explained that he won't be partaking in the radio ban against Kodak Black's music, saying that the Florida rapper's music was still in the rotation despite the sexual assault allegations against him.

"What y'all want me to do? Y'all want me to stop playing Kodak Black's music up here? Y'all kept playing his music when me and him got into it," Ebro said. "Now y'all tweeting me talking 'bout 'Y'all should yank his music too.' Nah, I ain't yankin' nothing. I'mma let that soak in on y'all. 'Cause it was all good when he had rape charges... Y'all didn't see what type of person he was -- or didn't want to see."

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