Kodak Black took to social media to vent after his Made In America performance was canceled. The rapper was scheduled to perform on Saturday (Sept. 3) at 6:45 p.m. According to XXL, in Kodak’s now-deleted Instagram Story post, he shared a written complaint discussing MIA’s policies.
In all caps, he wrote the following message: “Made In America some bullsh*t[.] If da artist pull up late they keepin all ya money even tho the people paid for they tickets[.] They dont care bout fitting the artist on stage to accomodate fans!!! First show ever that dont send a ni**a the half front end deposit!!! Thats why they dont care to make the show go on!!! I pulled up tho.”
Ahead of his written stance, he uploaded a video discussing the incident and his disdain for the festival’s organizers.
“This the first show ever a ni**a a ‘lil late to, and a ni**a can’t perform. No money, none of that sh*t. Jay-Z, whoever running this sh*t… Roc Nation, Live Nation whatever the f**k. Y’all do better, homie. This the first show a ni**a a ‘lil few minutes late to, and bi**h what the f**k? I got fans out here wanting to see a ni**a!” he exclaimed.
The footage was reposted by 2Cool2Blog‘s Instagram platform.
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