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Kodak Black Wasn’t Allowed To Perform At ‘Made In America’

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Kodak Black says he was banned from performing at the Made In America Festival because he showed up too late.

“Aye, Made In America, man I don’t know what’s going on. This the first show ever a n-gga lil late too, and a n-gga can’t perform. No money, none of that sh-t. Jay-Z, whoever running this sh-t. Roc Nation, Live Nation, whatever the f-ck. Y’all do better. This the first show a n-gga a lil few minutes late to, and bitch what the f-ck?” he said in a video.

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He then posted a message on Instagram: “MADE IN AMERICA SOME BULLSH-T,” he wrote. “IF DA ARTIST PULL UP LATE THEY KEEPIN ALL YA MONEY EVEN THO THE PEOPLE PAID FOR THEY TICKETS,” he continued. “THEY DONT CARE BOUT FITTING THE ARTIST ON STAGE TO ACCOMODATE FANS!!! FIRST SHOW EVER THAT DONT SEND A NI-GGA THE HALF FRONT END DEPOSIT!!! THATS WHY THEY DONT CARE TO MAKE THE SHOW GO ON!!! I PULLED UP THO.”

According to Made In America sources, Kodak showed up 8 minutes before his set was supposed to be wrap. If they had allowed him to perform, they would not have made curfew.

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