Kodak Black's comments about Lauren London has landed him on the bad side of Los Angeles radio.

Real 92.3's Big Boy took to Instagram with a post that addresses the Florida rapper's comments about Lauren London. In the lengthy caption, Big Boy professes his commitment to protecting Nipsey Hussle's legacy as well as cautioning others who are thinking about following in Kodak's footsteps.

"I won’t disrespect my timeline posting a pic of Kodak Black. However, I will say this, I’m not here for the blatant disrespect and fake ass apologies," Big Boy's post began. "I will not stand by and let Kodak Black come between an allegiance I have with dear FRIENDS. Nipsey’s honor can’t be disrespected like this. We must put a shield around [Lauren London] and his ENTIRE Family... For all those out there that wanna disrespect and play with royalty, I advise you to think 'THRICE.'"

Big Boy's sentiments echo the feeling expressed by his former employer, Power 106. Station mainstay Justin Credible reiterated his love for Nipsey and announced that Power 106 has now banned Kodak Black from their airwaves. 

"We stand with the family of Nipsey Hussle and are appalled by the disrespectful and poor comments made by Kodak Black," Credible tweeted. "With that, Power 106 will not support Kodak Black's music."

After Kodak joked about hitting on Lauren London once she's done grieving, several artists—including  T.I., Game, and Tank—voiced their displeasure with his comments. The "Zeze" rapper has since offered an apology on Instagram.

"If I disrespected you Lauren London in any shape or form, I am sorry.... Even though I didn't," he said.