Kodak Black is getting kicked out T.I.‘s Trap Music museum, well his mural that is as a video has surfaced online of museum employees removing paintings of the rapper.
The bold statement comes only days after the rapper was ridiculed by many in the industry for showing extreme disrespect to Nipsey Hussle‘s grieving widow Lauren London.
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Kodak would go on to apologize in what many would call a weak effort later explaining to his fanbase the comments were taken the wrong way.
T.I. was close friends with Lauren, they starred together in the 2006 movie “ATL.” Lauren played Tip’s love interest in the film. With that strong bond and the passing of Nipsey, it’s no wonder the Grand Hustle CEO decided upon moving the Florida rappers exhibit from his museum.
The Trap Music museum opened back in September, and it shines a spotlight on Atlanta’s iconic trap music culture and the artists who helped shape its own sub-genre, including artists like 21 Savage, Rick Ross, Gucci Mane, Shawty Lo and Future.