Kodak black After sharing a video of himself throwing an estimated $100,000 into the sea on a boat, he was slammed on social media.
Rapper Bill Kahan Kapri Instagram Later on Tuesday, he shared footage of himself looking dissatisfied while throwing a bunch of crisp notes into the water.
The 24-year-old musician wrote in the title of the clip: “When Dem F*** N***** didn’t give you a dime, I let you down!!! I don’t owe you** * N****I just want to see you shine!!! Yeen never gave me S*** N**** I have my own mill!!!”
This video was quickly circulated online after being criticized on Instagram Twitter, The audience also expressed their anger.
Weibo platform @gilber_sen wrote: “He did not donate to those in need, but threw it away to attract attention.”
“Destroying money is a federal crime because it causes damage to the entire economy,” @JohnZsid said. “This is the money of the US government, not his. We borrow money as a printed sign of value. And, to be more precise, what he must repay is the money his label lent him.”
In response to a fan who defended Kapri, @hft_trading1988 said: “This is a distorted mentality. You will never see any successful entrepreneur doing this, only those with a poor mentality.”
“I hate the video of Kodak black spraying $100,000 in the ocean,” @SiSi____Eko tweeted. “I know some of you will think it’s fake currency, but people are crazy.”
“Kodak throws money in the water, and there are people in the world who don’t have basic amenities. Do you think it’s fun…” @ScarcityStudios said.
At the same time, @VolJean1 wrote in response to the video: “If this is true, Kodak Black needs supervision.”
A follow-up post on Instagram showed that the musician was posing with a large amount of cash because he suggested loyalty to someone, but did not see “signs” that his friends were “jealous” of him.
According to HipHopDX, “I don’t sign with the rapper anymore,” he also wrote in a deleted tweet, and then added: “Fuck friendship, I’m in business!”.
In a video circulated on Twitter, someone saw Capri talk about friends being unfaithful to him, or promised him $1 million when he was released from prison early.
There is speculation that he has been targeting his childhood friend Jackboy, who signed with Kapri’s Sniper Gang brand, and he is said to have fallen out with him.
In the Instagram live broadcast, Jackboy (real name Pierre Delince) was asked about the possible deterioration of the friendship between the two and said: “Don’t ask me any questions, just calm and atmosphere. I don’t answer ***. I’m telling people. *** Not good. You won’t get that from me. You won’t be without my video on YouTube.”
“After all, that’s my brother,” Jack Boye added. “Hey, look at your phone number, unblock me from Instagram, look at your phone number, I can yell at you. All the other ***? Everyone knows it, just “daily work In terms of personnel”, Jackboy is a real ** n ****. So, I won’t go into details or explain shit to anyone. I don’t care.
“I don’t care much about Instagram, I don’t want to be a rapper in my life. I started rap probably three or four years ago. This *** doesn’t mean much to me. I did this damn number million!
“I have won. I bought a house for my mother. I won. I bought a car for my mother and paid it off, and I won. All my cars, I bought three cars and paid off Yes. I won. Like, I won’t come over and speak ill of my brother.”
on Donald TrumpOn his last day as President of the United States, on January 20, he pardoned a large number of people, Capri.
Capri after serving 46 months in prison Admitted to possessing multiple illegal firearms 2019. At that time, if the then president pardoned him, he would promise to donate $1 million to charity on Twitter.
“If the president releases me, I will spend $1 million for charity in my first year out. That’s everything,” the tweet read and was deleted shortly after.
After news of Capri’s pardon came out, the White House cited a statement about his involvement in “many charities.”
He also mentioned the $50,000 he donated to David Portnoy’s Barstool Fund, which aims to help small businesses survive the COVID-19 pandemic.
Weekly newspaper A representative of Kodak Black has been contacted for comment.