Kodak Black is still dealing with the aftereffects of his latest controversy.

After getting publicly reprimanded by Atlanta rapper T.I., it was revealed Monday (April 8) that the Dying to Live rapper's artwork was taken down from the Trap Museum. However, Kodak does not seem to care about the removal, as he took to his Instagram Live to address this development.

In the clip above, Kodak starts with a tribute to Atlanta rapper Shawty Lo (an interesting shout-out, considering the late rapper had a feud with Tip late last decade). He goes on to express his discontent with the Trap Museum itself. "And fuck that p***y ass museum, bitch. I ain't give y'all permission to put me up there anyway," he says.

Recently, Kodak has constantly found himself in quarrels with other industry individuals. Since the beginning of 2019, he has engaged with Lil Wayne (and daughter Reginae), Sticky Fingaz (whom he claimed to have snuffed), Young M.A. (who was at the receiving end of unwanted sexual advances), and Michael Rapaport (for his comments about Biggie and 2Pac).

In addition, his comments about Nipsey have landed him in hot water with many radio stations and personalities, including Real 92.3's Big Boy and Hot 97's Ebro.