Kodak Black Explains Why He Abruptly Ended His 'Wild 'N Out' Performance

Kodak Black, 2017
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 Kodak Black performs during the Nick Cannon's Wild N Out Tour at CFE Arena on Sept. 23, 2017 in Orlando, Fla. Nick Cannon and the members of Wild N Out donated partial proceeds from their tour date in Orlando to help the victims of Hurricane Irma.

Nick Cannon brought his Wild 'N Out live show to Orlando, FL over the weekend and recruited none other than Florida rapper Kodak Black as the musical guest for a "surprise performance," but according to videos posted to social media, the "Tunnel Vision" star didn't actually complete his scheduled set. Kodak took to his social media account to defend his actions, revealing that he cut his performance short due to a breach of contract. 

In a fan-shot video posted to Twitter, Kodak's "Tunnel Vision" is blaring from the speakers although the Pompano Beach rapper was nowhere in sight. Kodak hopped on Instagram to give his account of what went down at the concert saying, "They leaked my surprise performance 3 times -- ' breached of contract' i Compromised." Kodak is referring to Cannon's team and says he was scheduled to perform one song but "sorta" performed three songs. 

"Wtf else those unappreciative mf'ers want?! Fux'em milk da promo out of it??------ I Jumped In Da Whole Crowd," he continued in the post. A few days before Kodak was set to perform, Cannon tweeted "Ayyyyye!!! Just added!!! This Saturday we will be Wildnout with @KodakBlack1k," which could have possibly contributed to the situation. 

Check out the videos from Kodak Black's performance below. 


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