Kodak Black responded to rapper T.I. removing his exhibit from the Trap Museum in Atlanta after Kodak made insensitive remarks about slain rapper Nipsey Hussle's fiancee Lauren London.
T.I., 38, was among the first to chastise the mentally challenged rapper for disrespecting London, 34.
On Tuesday, a video showed workers removing paintings and photos of Kodak, who was one of the mumble rappers honored for contributing to the hip-hop sub-genre that evolved from the drug culture in the South.
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Kodak, 21, took to Instagram Story to make it clear he did not care that his exhibit was taken down at T.I.'s museum.
"Rest in peace Shawty Lo. F**k that p***y ass museum, b***h. I ain't give y'all permission to put me up there anyway, b***h."
The fallout continues for Kodak. West Coast radio station Power 106 permanently banned his music from the airwaves. And radio stations in other markets followed suit. According to Vladtv.com, Las Vegas radio stations have also banned his music.
Kodak, who was born Dieuson Octave, faces charges for raping a 14-year-old South Carolina girl and inviting an associate to have sex with her in 2016. He is expected to go to trial in the summer or early fall of 2019.
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