Over the weekend, Kodak Black took to Instagram to chat with his fans while loudly eating his food. During this chat, the subject of women he'd want to have sex with seemingly came up. One comment the Florida-born rapper made caused quite the shit storm because... duh, anytime you get your colorism on, you end up sounding crazy.

"Keke Palmer, she straight," Kodak said. "I'd bag her, but I don't really like black girls like that, sorta kinda."

After Twitter caught wind of it and dragged Kodak like he needed to be dragged, it looks like Kodak decided to double-down on his comments, posting the above clip to Instagram as some form of problematic response to the backlash that ended up doing nothing but hurting whatever point he thought he was making.

"I love black African American women," Kodak states, "it's just not my forte to deal with a 'darkskin' woman." Wow. He follows that up by saying, "I prefer them to have a lighter complexion than me," using the hashtags #MyPreference and #FuckYou to emphasize his "point."

Of course, once this malarky hit the 'net, heads began to roll.

As of now, there's no word on if Kodak's recent desire to change his name to Bill Kahan Blanco has anything to do with his views on "darkskin" women.