Kodak revealed he had received some advice from X prior to his seven-month prison sentence earlier this year. X would reportedly warn the "Tunnel Vision" rapper about the type of people he was surrounding himself with.
"He would holler at me right before I went in [to prison] in January; he was like, 'Yo got demons around you,'" Kodak recalled at around the five-minute mark. "[...] He was just lacing me about my homeboys, just how I needed to move and stuff like that."
Kodak admitted that he wasn't completely receptive to X's warnings, but insisted that he had respect for the late rapper. He also opened up about the moment he found out X was killed. Kodak said he was in his prison dorm when he heard someone say, "He ain't dead." The rapper said he refused to intrude in the conversation, so he turned on the radio to get the scoop.
After he realized it was X was fatally shot, Kodak had trouble listening to the rapper's work.
Kodak then claimed he was engaged to Yung Miami of City Girls. Earlier this week, TMZ posted a video in which the rapper was seen getting on one knee and presenting Miami with a ring—a candy Ring Pop to be exact. Though some suspected the proposal wasn't legit, Kodak insists he and Miami intend to tie the knot.
"I'm gonna propose again, but the next time I propose, it's gonna be hard, though," he said. "I've been knowing how I'm fixin' to propose for the longest [time]."
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