What did Kodak Black say to Lauren London? The rapper got a ton of backlash after he made some controversial comments about the ATL star, 34, in the wake of the death of her longtime boyfriend, late rapper Nipsey Hussle. Now, Kodak, 21, has issued an apology to Lauren.

It all started when Kodak (real name: Dieuson Octave) took to Instagram Live where he made some seemingly disrespectful comments about Lauren.

“Lauren London, that baby though, she finna be out here single. She’s gonna be a whole widow out here. I’d be the best man I could be for her. I’d give her a whole year, she might need a whole year to be crying and shit for dude though,” he could be heard saying in a screen recording of the IG Live obtained by The Shade Room. “I ain’t trying to shoot [my shot] at her. I’m saying, listen. She could do two or three years. I’ll try to be like, the friend if you need to holla or a shoulder to lean on. She can call my line.”

But fans and celebrities alike were shocked by Kodak’s comments, including rapper T.I., and he took to his own Instagram to share some advice with the “Wake Up in the Sky” rapper. “Ay, Kodak Black. Fix that s—t, quickly. Get your motherf—king self together,” the 38-year-old said.

Rapper The Game also took to his Instagram to add his two cents in. “Keep my n—a name out your f—king mouth, keep his girl’s name out your f—king mouth. What’s wrong with you? No respect having ass,” the 39-year-old said.

At first, Kodak refused to apologize but then he had a change of heart after Justin Credible, a disc jockey at Los Angeles radio station Power 106, announced that the radio station will no longer play Kodak’s music in solidarity with Hussle’s legacy.

“If I disrespected you, Lauren London, in any shape or form — I’m sorry, even though I didn’t. And rest in peace to dude,” he said.

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