It's been quite a year for Kodak Black and we're barely breaking into the Spring season of 2019. He's tangled himself in controversies involving a number of hip hop figures. His ongoing beef with T.I. has recently escalated with the release of his track "Expeditiously"; his music has been banned from radio stations, including Big Boy's Neighborhood in Los Angeles for what he said about Lauren London and Nipsey Hussle; he was called out for saying that he's on the same level as Tupac, Nas and Biggie; he got tangled into drama with Reginae Carter after speaking ill of her father Lil Wayne; he made some inappropriate comments about rapper Young M.A; and he randomly declared that he punched out Sticky Fingaz and tried to shoot him. And that's not even the half of it.

Even with the backlash, Kodak still has fans that have stuck by him no matter what, and as he tours, he continues to sell out shows and perform in front of hyped audiences. According to TMZ, however, Kodak is now missing in action. The rapper was scheduled to perform at the House of Blues in Boston earlier this evening, and TMZ claims that he mysteriously canceled the show at the last minute. Technically speaking, Kodak reportedly just never showed up to the venue. The publication also says that they spoke with Kodak's team who told them that they don't know why the show was axed and can't locate the rapper or those traveling with him.

The Florida MC showed up for his show in Detroit on Saturday evening, but between that concert and Wednesday, TMZ claims he has gone off the radar, although they doubt the story that no one on his team knows where the rapper is. Meanwhile, fans in Boston were already allowed into the venue and were awaiting Kodak's performance when the announcement came that the show was canceled, causing irate fans to shout "F*ck Kodak" as they were exiting out into the streets.

Kodak has developed a reputation for bailing out on shows without warning, so much so that he's being sued for $500K. Hopefully, this latest cancelation doesn't rope him into more legal troubles.