The removal of the artwork comes after T.I. called out the Florida rapper for announcing his intentions to romantically pursue London on Instagram Live, less than a week after Nipsey Hussle was shot and killed in Los Angeles. "Hey, Kodak Black: You outta pocket, n***a. Fix that shit—quickly, expeditiously," Tip said in an Instagram video, accompanied by the caption: "Getcho Muuufuckin Self Together Young Nigga!!!! This ain’t no Muuufuckin GAME!!!!"
Kodak responded to the backlash over his remarks, claiming people were "tryin' to misconstrue" what he said.
Kodak eventually tried to apologize for his comments, but he buffered each "apology" with an assertion that he was never in the wrong. "If I disrespected you Lauren London in any shape or form, I am sorry.... Even though I didn't," he said. "Rest in peace to dude, if I disrespected Lauren London in any way even though I know I didn't, my bad."
T.I. and London previously worked together on the 2006 film ATL.
Since checking Kodak over his insensitive remarks, T.I. posted a video where he fired back at a fan who said he only had two good songs.