When Kodak Black was released from jail last month after serving seven months of his one-year sentence, there was the simple question of if he could stay out of trouble as a free man. All signs seemed to be encouraging...at first. Kodak appeared on Instagram Live Saturday night, and threatened A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Don Q with violence.
It’s difficult to figure out where these threats are coming from since the Florida native previously worked with A Boogie on "Drowning" off the Bronx artist's debut album. Maybe Kodak is feeling some type of way about being left out of the music video for "Drowning." However, that would mean that he’s been holding onto this grudge for nearly a whole year before letting it recently surface on Instagram Live.
Kodak’s latest tirade comes a week after TMZ spotted him leaving a Los Angeles club and creating a scene as he recklessly roamed the crowded streets. His tirade resulted in a cop trailing him until he was far away from the camera's view. If Kodak is doing all of this to get attention, then the operation is working according to plan. If this is something more concerning and potentially harmful to himself and others, then he needs to cut it out because his freedom could soon be in jeopardy.