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Fans and celebrities have been blasting Kodak Black for his controversial comments, and for many, his recent remarks about Nipsey Hussle and Lauren London were the breaking point, with calls to cancel the rapper.

Now, a video has surfaced that seemingly shows Kodak performing at his show in Raleigh, North Carolina. Unfounded reports stated that he was stomped out by Nipsey fans for being disrespectful. However, Kodak took to Instagram Live to dismiss the rumors. If you look closely, Kodak—outfitted in a yellow, orange, and red tracksuit—appears to jump in the crowd.

“You better off amputating both of your f**king legs [if] you kick me, let alone stomp me. How you gon’ do that? Then what happened?” Kodak said on Instagram.

Less than a week after Nipsey’s death, Kodak announced he was planning to romantically pursue London. “She’s finna be a whole widow out here. I’ll be the best man I can be for her,” Kodak claimed. He then attempted to apologize to London after being called out for his behavior.

T.I. immediately blasted Kodak for the comments, and issued a stern warning. “Hey, Kodak Black: You outta pocket, n***a. Fix that shit—quickly, expeditiously,” Tip said in an Instagram video. “[…] If I see you, I’ma say it to your face. You outta pocket, n***a. Get your motherf***in’ self together.”

Kodak’s artwork was taken down from the Trap Museum following his comments on London.