Kodak Black Rejects Illuminati and Drama in Music Industry


American rapper Kodak Black has taken a bold stance against the controversies engulfing the music industry, distancing himself from associations with the Illuminati and homosexuality. In a recent video message shared on his social media page, Kodak Black unequivocally declared his disinterest in the drama plaguing the entertainment sphere, emphasizing his sole focus on creating music.

“We ain’t with none of that Illuminati shit we ain’t on none of that Lil Baby Youngboy all this gay ss shit going on we ain’t on none of that paint ya nails sht,” expressed Kodak Black in the video message, reaffirming his commitment to his craft and steering clear of divisive industry narratives.

This declaration comes amidst a backdrop of heightened scrutiny within the music world, with rap mogul Diddy currently facing multiple sexual assault charges, including allegations of attempting to engage a record producer in gay sex. The industry landscape further simmers with tensions as beef culture reemerges in hip-hop, prominently displayed in Future and Metro Boomin’s latest album, ‘We Still Don’t Trust You.’

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