Kodak survived an ambush shooting, but it’s reported that one of his security guards was injured.
Kodak Black was in Tallahassee to perform at The Strip before making an appearance at Baja’s Beach Club for the afterparty. The rapper and his crew were at the McDonald’s next door to The Strip when someone followed them to the location and opened fire as Kodak was reportedly inside.
It’s reported that one of Kodak’s security guards was injured but the status of his recovery is not yet known. There has been no official statement over the incident from the rapper, but he appeared online with a post. Over on his Instagram Story, Kodak shared a photo of his brightly-colored whip that may have been taken into custody following the shooting.
“That Baby Back [smiling emoji with sunglasses],” Kodak wrote over an image of his car. “This What You Posta Shoot @.” Robert Vazquez, the owner of the McDonald’s location, told local reporters that everyone inside of his establishment is cooperating with the authorities.
“We are aware of the incident that happened on the street in front of our restaurant,” Vazquez said. “Our biggest priority is always the safety and well-being of our employees and customers. We are fully cooperating with the Tallahassee Police Department, who will provide all updates on this investigation.”
Authorities are hoping that the public will help identify suspects involved. Check out Kodak’s Story and post-shooting footage below.
“A b*tch ain’t even gone play with me,” said the 23-year-old artist. “When I saw the [news reports] I was like, what the f*ck? This ain’t no sh*t like– Y’all trying to make it like, one of these little industry b*tches. That sh*t was just some little bullsh*t on some lame little sh*t that transpired on some lame sh*t, homie. If you a real stepper out here, you gone know, I’m in this life. Baby blue sh*t. That’s Yak right there.”
He explained there is no rap beef connection to the shooting, claiming that his mother checked in with him on Tuesday. “Leave me alone, man,” he said about the situation. “I ain’t f*cking with nobody. Yak been zoolin’.”