Kodak Black Show in New Orleans Draws Caution After Recent Lil Wayne Comments

Kodak Black recently ignited his beef with Lil Wayne, talking ish about him and his daughter for a week, and now that he’s about to do a show in Weezy’s hometown, and the venue’s going all out in terms of security.

Kodak’s slated to perform at the Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing Arts in New Orleans next week, and the venue honchos think the rapper’s mouth will have some Wayne fans looking for revenge.

The backstory, for those not on social media, is that Kodak was at Miami’s LIV nightclub last weekend, and thought Wayne was coming to show some love. When he didn’t, Kodak got pissed, grabbed a mic and called Wayne a “f***in’ maggot” — and added, “You should’ve died when you was a baby.”

When Tunechi’s daughter, Reginae Carter, called out Kodak for disrespecting her pops — he called her “bald head.” Even Wayne’s ex and Reginae’s mom, Toya Wright, weighed in … and Kodak unloaded, saying … “@toyawright If I Ain’t Have No Girlfriend I’ll F**k Da S**t Out Yo Fine Ass.” 

So here we are, and the NOLA venue will be monitoring social media for any direct threats referencing Kodak’s show. Additionally, New Orleans PD will assist with extra security to keep Kodak safe.

For his part, Weezy hasn’t responded at all, but people in his native New Orleans are real protective of him. If you remember what happened during Pusha T’s show in Drake’s hometown of Toronto … that’s what venue officials are trying to prevent.

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