The fallout continues after embattled rapper Kodak Black made insensitive comments about slain rapper Nipsey Hussle's fiancee Lauren London.
Hussle, 33, was fatally shot outside his clothing store in L.A. last Sunday. His killer, Eric Holder, is in jail awaiting trial.
The 21-year-old rapper sparked a furious backlash by fellow rappers after he was seen in an Instagram Story video discussing London's current relationship status and suggesting he might be the man to take Hussle's place.
"She finna be out here single! She finna be a whole widow out here," Kodak said on Saturday. "I'll be the best man I can be for her. I'll give her a whole year. She might need a whole year to be crying and s-t for him."
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Atlanta rapper T.I. Harris was among the first to denounce Kodak on social media. T.I., 38, co-starred with London, 34, as high school sweethearts in the 2006 coming-of-age movie ATL.
A video uploaded to social media on Tuesday shows busy workers removing a Kodak Black exhibit of paintings and photos at T.I.'s Trap Museum in Atlanta. The Trap Museum, which opened last year, documents the rise of trap music in the South.
Kodak offered a halfhearted apology to London in an Instagram Story video late Saturday, only after West Coast radio station Power 106 permanently banned his music from the airwaves.
"If I disrespected you, Lauren London, in any shape or form, I'm sorry, even though I didn't [do anything wrong]," he said.
On Monday, Power 106 confirmed it will not lift the ban on the rapper's music after reviewing Kodak's history of misogynistic behavior towards women.
Last month, Kodak insulted stud lesbian rapper Young MA by suggesting he could turn her straight.
Kodak, who was born Dieuson Octave, also faces charges in South Carolina for raping a 14-year-old girl and inviting an associate to have sex with her in 2016.
Kodak reportedly bit the high school student on the "neck and her right breast," according to his arrest warrant. He was arrested and released on $100,000 bond.
He is expected to go to trial in the summer or early fall of 2019.
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