Don't try to little boy me on the internet'.
The backlash against Kodak came quickly, including from rappers T.I. and Justin Credible, as well as DJs at Los Angeles radio station Power 106 who vowed never to play Kodak's music for the disrespect.
And Kodak Black, 21, returned to social media over the weekend to offer an apology of some sort, after getting called out by a variety of stars for his comments.
Kodak Black, born Bill K. Kapri, continued: "I ain't trying to shoot (my shot) at her ..."
It's safe to say that Kodak Black will not be appearing on Big Boy Neighborhood anytime soon.
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"We can't allow these things to happen", he added. He also threatens The Game and T.I.to let them know where he now stands with them. I can tell you what I do know, Kodak is one of the most real, caring, giving [people] I know. It is believed the three men were rushed to hospital but Nipsey tragically died.
Nipsey, 33, and two other men were shot outside his clothing store in Los Angeles on March 31. The crime was allegedly committed over a "personal matter".
Black later gave a half-hearted apology to London saying he was sorry for disrespecting her, "even though he didn't".
The Los Angeles Police Department charged suspect Eric Holder with the shooting on Thursday.
He has been reportedly held in solitary confinement in prison due to worries over threats for his life.