Kodak Black doesn't appear to care that the art installation dedicated to him at T.I.'s Trap Museum in Atlanta has been removed.

In an Instagram Live session captured Monday (April 8), the Florida native seems to respond to the viral video, which shows workers at the museum taking down an art installation featuring the 21-year-old artist. The video begins with Kodak saluting the late Shawty Lo before he fires shots at Tip's establishment.

"Fuck all that other shit. Fuck that p*ssy ass museum," Kodak Black says while the camera points down to the floor. "Bitch, I didn't give you permission to put me up there anyways."

The 2016 XXL Freshman has spent a decent portion of his career buried in controversy, whether its his publicized jail bids, his internet beefs with celebrities like Young M.A, Sticky Fingaz of Onyx and actor Michael Rappaport.

As he prepares to face his criminal sexual misconduct charge in court, Kodak is still feeling the heat from the array of fans, artists and radio stations who have shunned the rapper for his comments about the late Nipsey Hussle's girlfriend Lauren London.

"I said what I said and then y'all trying to misconstrue what I said," he vented on IG Live on Saturday (April 6). "Man fuck that. I don't give a fuck what y'all talking about. I'm in Georgia, right now. What y'all talking about?"

Watch Kodak Black's reaction to his art installation being taken down in T.I.'s Trap Museum below.


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