Kodak Black says ‘I don’t f**k my mama’ after grabbing mother’s butt in viral clip

After facing heat for the viral video, Kodak hopped on social media to explain that he treats his mother like his girl and he dearly adores her


                            Kodak Black says ‘I don’t f**k my mama’ after grabbing mother’s butt in viral clip
Kodak Black grabs his mother’s butt while dancing at a party ([email protected], Twitter @ @dontfollowmekaa)

A video of Kodak Black went viral in the second week of October for all the wrong reasons after he was seen touching his mother Marcelene Octave inappropriately. The rapper was seen dancing with his mother at a party while grabbing her buttocks and trying to kiss her on the mouth. Addressing the same, the ‘No Flockin’ hitmaker took to his official Instagram video over the weekend and explained the reason behind it.

After catching flak for the viral video, the 24-year-old hip-hop artist logged in to social media saying that he treats his mother like his girl and he dearly adores her. In the video, the rapper shared that his dad left them when he was very young and it was his mother who continued to take care of the family. Setting the record straight, Kodak asserted he grabbed his mother because he treated her like his lady and his queen. Social media users, however, did not buy his excuses as they called him “weird as f**k.”
 
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'I don’t f**k my mama, we ain’t doin’ no crazy s**t’

Hopping on his Instagram, Kodak Black shared the video with his 11 million followers. In the clip, he said, “When I see my mama, homie, I adore her, homie. I kiss her feet, homie, what you talkin’ bout boy… Some of you (N-word) don’t even holla at your mama.” He continued, “Some of you (N-word) don’t even call your mama, homie. Some of you (N-word) don’t even spend time with your mama, homie.”

The Florida native then asked his fans and followers how they’d expect to “love a bitch” if they don’t love their own mothers. “She ain’t trippin’. I don’t give a f**k what you talkin’ bout, (N-word). I grabbed my mama because I treat my mama like my lady, (N-word). That’s my queen, (N-word)”, said a visibly pissed-off Kodak. He then clarified, “I don’t f**k my mama, we ain’t doin’ no crazy s**t,.”  He explained, “I grab her, like I make her feel real beautiful. I remind my mama, ‘You beautiful, I’m f**ked up bout you ma, I’m in love with you.’” Kodak Black was in news recently when he ensured that he was not suicidal and had no plans to hurt himself after his social media meltdown. He later deleted the detailed post.



 



 

‘That’s just creepy as hell. Nothing is gonna change it’

Social media users did not hesitate at all to mock Kodak Black over his latest video as they felt they were several other ways to make his mother feel like a queen apart from sexualizing it. “Yo. Kodak black weird as the f**k for grabbing his mother a**, idc how he try to spin it that s**t is not cool at all”, said one user. Another claimed, “He done lost his mind” followed by multiple emojis of a laughing face.
 
One person tweeted, “And he almost kissed her on the moff afterwards! I-what kind of backwater mess!!” as one posted, “No I tracked down the video to check it out that's a very inappropriate grab he can treat his mom like a queen without sexualizing her my son does.” The next one shared, “I make my mom feel beautiful daily but I don't have to grope her to do it.” And, another asserted, “He never learned that there are other ways to remind someone they’re beautiful without sexualizing them...and thats sad.” One said, “That’s just creepy as hell. Nothing is gonna change it. Just leave it alone and hope people forget.” While, the next one concluded, “I think his intentions are sweet, but nah some lines u just don’t cross.”



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

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