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Kodak Black faces yet more backlash after his insensitive comments about Lauren London and his artwork has been removed from T.I.'s 'Trap Museum' which is based in Atlanta.

A video of the removal was posted on Instagram by a fan and shows the artwork being taken down. The fan was then asked to cease recording.

After Kodak said on his Instagram live that he would give Lauren (the rumored wife of Nipsey Hussle) a year to grieve before he shoots his shot, T.I. called him out on Instagram:

"Hey, Kodak Black: You outta pocket, nigga. Fix that sh*t—quickly, expeditiously," Tip warned.

Kodak then apologized to Lauren but had words for his critics and seemed to invite T.I. to pull up:

"I said what I said and then y'all trying to misconstrue what I said. Man f*ck that. I don't give a f*ck what y'all talking about. I'm in Georgia, right now. What y'all talking about?"

Since his remarks, Los Angeles radio station Power 106 has banned Kodak's music from their playlists and several other DJ's have come forward to state that they will not be spinning his music either.