Kodak Black Decided Now Would Be a Good Time to Shoot His Shot at Lauren London…
…And nobody was having it. After being called out by T.I., The Game, Big Boy, and all of the internet, the rapper issued an “apology,” stating he was sorry for disrespecting Lauren London—”even though I didn’t.” He also stated that Nipsey inspired him to do more in his community, but bruh…
If you missed what Big Boy had to say about it all, here’s an excerpt:
“I won’t disrespect my timeline posting a pic of Kodak Black,” Big Boy wrote on Instagram. “However, I will say this, I’m not here for the blatant disrespect and fake ass apologies. To disrespect the King Nipsey and The Queen Lauren, is where I draw the line. Hip Hop has been very disrespectful lately. Not only is this disrespectful to Hip Hop, but this is disrespectful to a beautiful human being, spirit and a legacy.”
Meanwhile, a popular radio station in Los Angeles is no longer playing Kodak’s music.
Read Big Boy’s full message below:
Baylor Has a Reason to Celebrate After the NCAA Women’s Championship.
Congratulations are in order after the Baylor won its third NCAA women’s basketball championship with a 82-81 victory over Notre Dame on Sunday. According to NPR, they join UConn and Tennessee as the only Division I programs with three or more titles.
“They just kept doing what we’ve been taught to do, and that’s guard people,” Baylor coach Kim Mulkey stated. “We just beat the defending national champions. That team is so good, so talented. You’re going to see those guys play at the next level. Wow.”
Authorities Are Investigating Fires at Historically Black Louisiana Churches.
According to ABC News, there have been four fires in the past two weeks, with three of being in the same county. The fourth was at a church over 220 miles away.
“Both the Louisiana Office of State Fire Marshal and the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms are investigating the fires,” ABC News reports. “Authorities have determined there are suspicious elements in each of the three church fires in St. Landry Parish, not far from the town of Lafayette, according to a statement from the state fire marshal.”
State fire marshal Marshal “Butch” Browning said in statement, “There is clearly something happening in this community.”
For more content like this, be sure to follow CASSIUSLife.com.