Silence Kodak Black…

Kodak Black the infamous rapper known for his disrespectful comments in the past towards Lauren London and rapper Ti, managed to ruffle some feathers from behind the bars of a jail cell. Kodak Black has a thick skull, and even after being reprimanded by elders in the business, he refuses to understand his tongue can be extremely reckless and without a doubt not even called for.  The troubled musician who must be in a serious time of distress released a freestyle track  for his even more troubled fans to hold them over while he does his bid. The music was sounding somewhat OK, until he took jabs at “City Girl’s” band mate “Young Miami’. 


“And I bought Yung Miami a ring, she wanted 808’s baby/When I see her I’mma hit that bitch in her stomach/The way I keep this shit too real fuckin’ up my money…”


Being as though everyone knows how extremely ignorant Kodak Black can be, some people were less surprised by his raunchy lyrics. Young Miami, who is a total sweetheart and friend of the blog, is enjoying her pregnancy while holding down the ‘City Girls’ until her partner in crime ‘Jt’ finishes her own bid collectively. 


Miami’s boyfriend, who has his girls back 100% responded to Kodak on social media telling him to “Suck a d*&#’. There’s nothing further to say at this point, except are we going to keep allowing this troll to make derogatory comments to innocent bystanders in his view, or are we going to completely ban together and put an end to bullying in the industry. What are your thoughts luv-bugs? 


Carisha The Journalist


By Ogechi

When it comes to Ogechi, energy in the first word that comes to mind. The Nigerian 23 year old is a Singer/songwriter, poet/author, model and dancer with lyrical bars that will leave the listener engaged and thinking critically. Her songwriting abilities and affinity for poetry have an effect on way she writes her raps because she knows what it takes to write something that evokes emotion in the audience… For Ogechi, creating is a spiritual release and we should be honored that The HipHoppa Herself has decided to share with us her experiences and philosophies. Ogechi reminds us what it is to be human, even while affirming our godliness. Ogechi is a creative as she creates what the people need to hear. She is both the artist and the masterpiece at the same time. Ogechi is the future.