AceShowbiz - Kodak Black has been left upset after being blocked from performing at the Made In America Festival. Though the decision was made because he didn't come on time, the "Wake Up in the Sky" rapper proceeded to put the blame on Jay-Z and the event organizers.
The emcee voiced his frustration on Instagram Story. "Aye, Made In America, man I don't know what's going. This the first show ever a n***a lil late too, and a n***a can't perform," he argued in a video. "No money, none of that s**t. JAY-Z, whoever running this s**t. Roc Nation, Live Nation, whatever the f**k. Y'all do better. This the first show a n***a a lil few minutes late to, and b***h what the f**k?"
In another post, Kodak fumed, "MADE IN AMERICA SOME BULLS**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 ACCOMMODATE THE FANS!!!" He continued, "FIRST SHOW EVER THAT DONT SEND A N***A THE HALF FRONT END DEPOSIT !!!"
"THATS WHY THEY DONT CARE TO MAKE THE SHOW GO ON!!!" the 25-year-old Florida native went on raging. "PULLED UP THO F**K EM F**K DAT TOUR TOO! MAC AGENCY [poop emoji] LIVENATION [poop emoji]."
Kodak, whose real name is Bill Kahan Kapri, was scheduled to perform at the annual festival on the Liberty Stage. However, because he was thirty minutes late, his set ended up being filled by his DJ.
"So Kodak Black's DJ spent a good 30 delaying," one Twitter user claimed. "Even saying Kodak was in the building and playing an entrance song only for Made In America to announce he wasn't coming on 10 mins before his set was supposed to END."