Is Kodak Black OK? Rapper closes IG, Twitter after posting 'feel like killing myself'

Kodak Black's fans took to social media to inquire about his well-being as he disappeared out of the blue

                            Is Kodak Black OK? Rapper closes IG, Twitter after posting 'feel like killing myself'
Kodak Black attends the 4th Annual TIDAL X: Brooklyn at Barclays Center of Brooklyn in 2018 in NYC (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images for TIDAL)

Fans expressed concern for Kodak Black after the rapper deactivated his Instagram and Twitter accounts following a series of posts in which he said he was "depressed" and felt like "killing myself."

Swathes of the 'Roll In Peace' hitmaker's fans took to social media to inquire about his well-being as he disappeared from the two platforms. It's yet to be understood what exactly happened, at the time of writing. MEAWW previously reported how the rapper had expressed his love for actress Zendaya Coleman and was willing to change his life for her.


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Supporters and well-wishers of the rapper were worried after seeing his latest tweets, which he posted shortly before deactivating his Twitter. “Sitting in my Room Crying Feel like killing myself," the rapper tweeted, adding in another post, “So Lonely Depressed Sad and F**ked Up… Nobody Love Me Nobody Cares…I’m Everywhere @ Once... Friends Playing in My Head…Girls Playin wit My Heart, Wish I Can Go Back To The Start I’ll Never Be Famous.”

Kodak Black attends the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards at The Forum on August 27, 2017 in Inglewood, California (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

Fans were mostly concerned for the 'Wake Up In The Sky' hitmaker as he spoke about hurting himself. Many wondered if someone had checked up on him as nobody was sure what happened. "#Roommates, let's send Kodak Black some love as it seems he's going through a difficult time," celebrity gossip outlet The Shade Room tweeted. "Kodak Black reveals he’s been going through a difficult time. Hopefully, YAK is able to feel better and bounce back," Hip-hop news outlet My Mixtapez added.

"I hope Kodak Black is straight tho. DARK days NEVER last FOREVER .. AFTER EVERY STORM THERE’S A RAINBOW," one fan wrote. "I’m so worried for Kodak Black bro I’ve been listening to that man since the start:( I hope he’s okay," another chimed in. "Sending my prayers to @KodakBlack1k, mental health is important, take yo time," a comment read.

"I hope someone has checked on #kodakblack Not long after he posted this, his IG and Twitter have been deactivated," a Twitter user added. "I wanna hang with @KodakBlack1k one day that's really my mans," another wrote.








Kodak recently grabbed headlines for comments he made during an interview with DJ Akademiks. The rapper spoke about Megan Thee Stallion not giving him due credit for his phrase "drive the boast," which is now used by her. "She don't know me. She ain't gotta say, 'Oh, thank you for this phrase' and s**t," said Kodak. "But when it came time for one of them people to like, ask her them little questions on the TV show and it was like, 'Who came up with that? Like, what rapper came up with that?' Understand? If that was me and I know like — it's okay, bro. It's a damn anthem. I ain't married to that s**t. I'ma come out with a new one."

When Akademiks suggested Megan may not have known the phrase originated from him, Kodak responded saying, "She knew that was from me. Cause everybody put that meme out there.”

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