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The rapper captured the incident on Instagram Live, beginning when he pulled over and walked up to the woman in the car. “Y’all see this shit, man? And they’re playing my music on the radio,” he said. “Damn, dog! Somebody just flipped over, dog! Look at this lady, man.”
The car was on its side on a grassy highway ditch, with the driver standing up inside, through the window, asking for assistance. “You alright? You OK? Want me to help you?” Kodak asked.
It looks like he helped the the driver get out, at which point another woman appeared and asked several times if the driver was alone. One of the women also asked if he’s Kodak, to which he said, “Yeah, I’m Kodak.”
The exchange continued and somebody recommended calling 911, though the driver sounded like she didn’t want anyone to contact the police. They all considered whether to call the police or not, and it became evident Kodak no longer wanted to be involved.
“I just wanted to see if you’re straight,” Black said to the driver, leaving soon after.
The Instagram account of the rapper’s official clothing line, Sniper Gang Apparel, described him as “Neighborhood hero #KodakBlack,” when posting the video.
You can watch the incident above.