Kodak Black 'sorry' for Nipsey Hussle girlfriend comment

Posted April 09, 2019

Black might have made the move to apologize because a radio station in Los Angeles has chose to no longer play his music. The radio station isn't alone in its stance.

Nipsey Hussle's alleged killer returned to the spot where he shot the rapper after hearing him speak once he fired the first shots, according to witnesses. "I ain't tryna shoot at her, I'm just tryna be a shoulder to lean on for her..."

"You outta pocket n****", T.I. said.

Kodak Black angered the entire world when he was on Instagram Live and said he would be the best man he could be for Lauren. "She's finna be a whole widow out here".

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The 21-year-old rapper sparked outrage after expressing interest in Nipsey's girlfriend during an Instagram Live. "She can call my line", he said during the broadcast. Don't try to little boy me on the internet'.

It's safe to say that Kodak Black will not be appearing on Big Boy Neighborhood anytime soon.

"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 is still is facing.

This follower opted to defend Black by saying: "I don't think Kodak had any bad intentions he's just awful at articulating his points".

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Eric Holder, 29, the reputed gang member who is being charged with Nipsey's killing, reportedly became enraged the first time when Nipsey supposedly disrespected him by insinuating that he might be a snitch.

Plans were being finalized for the funeral service for Nipsey Hussle who was killed last week.

"Not us as role models in the National Basketball Association but I think everybody that can help out in their community and take what he did", he added.

"However, I will say this, I'm not here for the blatant disrespect and fake ass apologies", the longtime radio host wrote.

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Holder's next court date is May 10, 2019. Holder is being kept in solitary confinement as police intelligence revealed that the suspect's life would be imperiled if he were placed in general population.