The interview was tough to watch because the Florida rapper, who brags openly about drinking codeine syrup and popping pills, was unable to speak and was slurring the few words that he managed to utter. Two months back, Kodak raised similar concerns when he fell asleep during an Instagram Live stream.
The popular southern rapper previously bragged about taking Fentanyl pills in his hit song, “Super Gremlin.” Kodak rapped, “I knew the Perc was fake, but I still ate it cause I’m a Gremlin.”
Ray J and other famous artists have spoken out in defense of Kodak Black and called for the rapper to get some help following his interview on “Drink Champs.”
“Yo somebody need to grab bro and make sure he good,” Ray J wrote. “This ain’t the interview Nore. We gotta help this dude. I took him to Trump house and he did the most. They were not happy with the experience bc he had no guidance and respect. Yo @wack100 let’s figure out how we can help this guy instead of watching him self destruct.”
Kodak Black is furious with Ray J’s comment about him and threatened to beat him up.
“Ray J your little a*s is a b***h, homie” he snapped in the Instagram video below. “I don’t need your help, p***y-a*s n***a. I’m straight. F**k wrong with you, homie. Beat your little a*s.”
“You had nothing to do with that Trump s***t,” he continued. “They be hating that p***y-a*s n***a. You just want to go viral. You want to go viral on the street.”
“Talking about you took me to Trump house,” he added. “Who the f**k you is? Trump got me out of prison, homie. You think I need you to take me to Trump’s [house]?”
Meek Mill seemed to show less sympathy regarding Kodak’s alleged condition with a comment that denounced being a rapper these days.
“I damn near don’t even wanna be labeled a rapper nomore,” Meek wrote.
In this uncensored “Drink Champs” interview, Kodak opens up about the backlash over his collaboration with 6ix9ine, explaining his stance on snitching versus business. He also candidly discusses past beef with T.I., issues with his Atlantic Records contract, signing with Capitol Records, remaining loyal, wanting to act, and more.