Kodak Black and his entourage were ambushed earlier this week and now police say it was a targeted attack.
Police are reviewing threats made against the “ZEZE” rapper prior to Monday morning’s shooting in Tallahassee, Fla. Sources tell TMZ that the shooting appears to be a hit and not just an armed robbery.
As part of the investigation, they are looking at online threats including comments made by producer Southside on Sunday after Kodak mentioned Southside’s girlfriend Yung Miami of City Girls.
“Yak, you still a bitch. We can bump too,” Southside said during an Instagram Live. “I’ll be back in Miami in a week. Pull up wherever, we can bump. Don’t bring no security.”
Southside want smoke with Kodak black Yoo pic.twitter.com/XkPcIf2rzB
— DJ Akademiks (@Akademiks) April 4, 2021
No suspects have been named in the shooting and the investigation is still ongoing.
Kodak and his crew were ambushed in the parking lot of a McDonald’s around 3 a.m. on Monday (April 5). Kodak’s security guard was shot in the leg and rushed to the hospital to undergo surgery. Kodak was taken away in an armored car and was unharmed. He later seemed to address the incident on Instagram Live.
“A bitch ain’t even gone play with me,” he said Tuesday. “Leave me alone, man. I ain’t f**ing with nobody. Yak been zoolin’.”