Kodak Black Threatens Ray J After Expressing Concern About The Rapper’s Health

Kodak Black Threatens Ray J After Expressing Concern About The Rapper’s Health

Kodak Black, known for his recent appearance on Drink Champs, has responded to singer Ray J after the latter expressed concern over the South Florida rapper’s well-being. The exchange has sparked controversy and backlash within the music industry and among their respective fans.

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Following Kodak Black’s appearance on Drink Champs, many voiced their opinions and thoughts, one of which was Ray J, who showed concern for Black’s health. Not taking this speculation very well, the “Walk” rapper responded to these concerns on Sunday, Oct. 29.

In response to Ray J’s comments about his behavior, Kodak Black took to social media to express his frustrations. He stated:

“Ray J, your little ass a bitch, homie. A n***a don’t need no help, pussy-ass bitch. I’m straight, dumb-ass boy. Fuck wrong with you, homie? I’ll beat your little ass.  You ain’t have nothing to do with that Trump shit. … This fuck n***a wanted to go to Mar-a-Lago. You don’t know me. I be hating that pussy-ass shit. You a Boosie-ass n***a. You wanna just go viral when a n***a could just call a n***a or DM a n***a or something.  Talkin’ ’bout Trump house, too. Damn, boy. The fuck? That wasn’t even bruh house! Talkin’ ’bout you took me to Trump’s house. Who the fuck you is? This n***a got me out of prison, homie. You think I needed you to take me to Trump?”

Ray J’s concerns were initially expressed on Instagram in response to a post by Akademiks, where Kodak’s behavior on Drink Champs was discussed. The “Wait a Minute” singer stated: 

“Yo somebody need to grab bro and make sure he good,” Ray J wrote. “This ain’t the interview Nore. We gotta help this dude. I took him to Trump house and he did the most. They were not happy with the experience bc he had no guidance and respect. Yo @wack100 let’s figure out how we can help this guy instead of watching him self-destruct.”

The feud between Ray J and Kodak Black has also caught the attention of Wack100, who defended Kodak and emphasized that there was nothing wrong with him. Wack100 shared a screenshot of Kodak from the Drink Champs episode and wrote: 

“Ain’t nothing wrong with @kodakblack. Either you understand him or you don’t!! Man was focused and being himself. The Greats always stand alone!!” This further adds fuel to the ongoing controversy.”

Updated By: Kynedei Iman Hobbs (10/30/23 at 6:37 pm)

In March 2022, Ray J played a significant role in facilitating a meeting between Kodak and former President Donald Trump. The meeting took place at Mar-a-Lago after Trump commuted Kodak’s prison sentence. Their connection originally stemmed from Kodak’s song “I Wish,” which sampled Ray J’s hit track “One Wish.”

Kodak Black’s fans have raised concerns over the rapper’s recent appearance in a preview of his upcoming interview on Drink Champs. In the video, Kodak appears under the influence, leading to questions about his well-being and the ethical responsibility of shows and/or podcasts when featuring artists who may be struggling with substance abuse. 

Kodak Black fans have expressed concern over the rapper’s appearance while previewing his upcoming interview on Drink Champs

In the video, the “Super Gremlin” rapper slurs his words and appears restless, leading to questions about his well-being and the show’s responsibility in featuring artists who may be struggling with substance abuse. This has prompted a debate among fans about whether hosts should decline interviews when an artist appears to be under the influence or allow them to proceed regardless. 

In the video, which was shared on Twitter (X) on October 24, the South Florida rapper is seen exhibiting signs of being under the influence. His speech is slurred, and he appears unable to sit still. Fans took to social media to express their worries, questioning why the hosts, N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN, decided to have Kodak on the show, given its promotion of alcohol and marijuana use. 

A fan’s post of the Drink Champs preview asked, “Do you think hosts should decline to interview celebrities who appear to be struggling with alcohol/substance abuse or allow the artist to decide and just go from there?”

Users on Twitter (X)  expressed their reservations about Kodak’s condition during the trailer for the show. 

One user commented, “Damn, he looked out on camera, so I know they noticed it. They really shouldn’t have done the interview.” Another user observed, “You can clearly see he’s not fully okay, he’s under the influence, man.” 

However, there are differing opinions among fans on how they felt about Kodak. “Mad at the wrong people. Tell Kodak manager to get him help. They have a job to do and so does he,” one user commented. One user simply said, “They not his mama his label or his lawyer.” 

This is not the first time Kodak has sparked concerns about his well-being. In June 2023, during an Instagram live session, viewers believed that the rapper was high on drugs due to his twitching and aggressive behavior. 

The incident further heightened worries about his personal struggles.

The upcoming episode of Drink Champs featuring the “Walk” rapper is set to premiere on October 26, adding to the anticipation and apprehension surrounding the rapper’s appearance.

​​In a separate development related to Kodak Black, fans expressed concern when a video emerged in August 2023, showing the rapper being transported on a stretcher to a hospital. While on the stretcher, Kodak was seen with his arm covering his forehead, although the specific cause for his hospitalization remained unverified.

Additionally, in June 2023, Kodak was booked at Broward County Jail for failure to appear in court at a court-mandated drug screening. The arrest was for a previous arrest in 2022 for a drug case. 

Just as fans have expressed concern about Kodak Black, similar worries were raised for Brooklyn rapper Young MA when a photo surfaced on her Instagram in March 2023 showing a swollen face and droopy eyes. However, Young MA later assured her followers that she was on the road to recovery, highlighting the importance of addressing health concerns in the rap industry.

Originally Written By: Chris Samuel

  • Kynedei Iman Hobbs

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Written by Kynedei Iman Hobbs

Kynedei Iman Hobbs is a recent college graduate from the renowned Prairie View A&M University, with a major in Mass Communications. She possesses a deep passion for both News and Entertainment and aspires to excel as an exceptional Entertainment News Reporter, Writer, and Personality. With her sights set on greatness, she is driven to make a significant impact in the field.

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