Cops Say Kodak Black Shooting Was Targeted Hit, Threats Made Against Him

Cops Say Kodak Black Shooting Was Targeted Hit, Threats Made Against Him

Kodak Black
Cops Say Shooting Was Targeted Hit …
Threats Made Against Him

4/7/2021 12:40 AM PT

Kodak Black was being targeted by hitmen when his security guard was shot in the leg … at least according to cops, who are reviewing threats made against him before the shooting.

Law enforcement sources tell this publication … Monday morning’s shooting down in Florida appears to be a hit and not just an armed robbery. We’re told police are aware of a series of online threats to Kodak’s life, and cops are looking into them.

We’re told cops are specifically reviewing threatening comments apparently made by music producer Southside during an Instagram Live Sunday, seemingly in response to Kodak’s IG Live mention of Southside’s girlfriend, City Girls rapper Yung Miami.

However, our law enforcement sources tell us they have no named suspects in the shooting right now … and the investigation remains open and ongoing.

As we reported … Kodak and his entourage were ambushed around 3 AM Monday outside a fast food joint in Tallahassee, resulting in a serious gunshot wound for one of his security guards, with law enforcement saying the shooter opened fire from a car that was tailing Kodak after he left a nightclub.



The fact Kodak was in Tallahassee — instead of his usual South Florida haunts — was widely known. He was there to perform at the Cultur3 Fest music festival, and the shooting happened shortly after that.