Kodak Black says it’s easier to “break down” light-skinned women over women his complexion

COMPLEXION REJECTION…

 

“I like light skinned women. I want you to be lighter than me. I love African American women, I don’t like my skin complexion,” Kodak Black served up in response to his controversial statements concerning his strict affinity for ladies lacking in melanin…

SHAMEEEEE…

While most of the black community is still seeing red over the hard-to-swallow shots the 20-year-old “Tunnel Vision” spitter fired off at dark-skinned black girls in a recent Instagram Live post, Kodak seems to want the culture to give him some country for speaking his truth…

 

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“Black people, my complexion, we’re too gutta. Light-skinned women, they more sensitive, you know,” the Painting Pictures creator said after explaining why he should be free to admit his preferences sans backlash during a brief chop up with Chaney TV.

“[Dark-skinned women are] too tough, they too tough,” he added. “Light-skinned women, we can break em down.”
PEEP…

Though Kodak–who just rejoined society serving a brief stint in Broward County Jail for violating the terms of his probation–doesn’t seem to fully grasp the severity of his shady skin speak, here’s hoping the Florida representative thinks twice before making any more head-azz moves on social media…

THOUGHTS?
By : Asia Grace

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