Kodak Black Talks About Street Life Being a Trap

 

(FreshAsFrankie) Kodak Black has had time to reflect on his life and circumstance while locked up on another disheartening parole violation. If one thing appears certain from how he opened up about it all in a recent series of tweets, it’s that he’s finally prepared to leave his past behind him and take better precaution about the company he keeps.

Kodak‘s most diehard fans have been kept content with the Florida rapper’s social media accounts maintaining a regular flow of activity since his return to Broward County Jail. From the release of his new track, “Erykah Badu,” to the posting of a new iced out Golden Acres 1800 Block medallion, the continuous music and materialism have served up proof that the grind won’t stop for the Sniper Gang family.

However, some of the more recent content surfacing on his Twitter page steers left from business and leisure and gets down to some of the personal demons he’s been dealing with. Tweets shared on February 7th, for example, speak philosophically about survival and sacrifice. On the 9th, the posts speaking on behalf of the rapper opened up about betrayal.

My Fake Friends Want me To Come Home So They Could Put Me Back In Jail .. And Even My Haters Screaming,” one tweet reads. The following tweet added: “The Streets Respect Failure and Stuff That Will Have You Doing Life In Prison.. Proving To Nobodies That You Still Hood.”

 

DeRon Beasley is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of FreshAsFrankie.com. After starting out as a musician-producer he went on to study the music business and work in Urban Promotions, followed by artist management. Mr. Beasley entrepreneurial spirit has led him to launch numerous businesses in music and fashion marketing. He’s a huge fan of the ’80s and ’90s Hip Hop and R&B, and he’s a firm believer that Hip Hop Music will never die.

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