Kodak Black's lewd remarks towards Lauren London have landed him in hot water. The repercussions have already begun taking effect. Kodak's peers are distancing themselves by decrying his actions on social media. LA's Power 106 has effectively banned his music from the regular rotation, a decision they came to grips with on a collective basis.

Worse yet, Kodak's blatant misogyny towards London, Young M.A., etc. might work against him in his rape trial, should the prosecution build a character assessment off these incidences, as I'm sure they will.

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Since initially posting his lewd commentary, and subsequently facing the wrath of a clinical T.I., Kodak has apologized to Lauren London, by the same means that he usually delivers his glossolalia on Instagram Live. Sadly, Kodak Black administered an apology unbecoming of a grown man; the kind make-good promise a parental figure forces a bratty child to endure.

"If I disrespected you Lauren London in any shape or form, I am sorry... even though I didn't," Kodak haphazardly stated in response to the unending backlash he was and still is facing. It appears as though Kodak Bodak is completely unaware that is remarks were ill-conceived and poorly-timed, which takes us back to Young M.A.'s derision over his blatant misogyny and homophobia.