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Kodak Black’s art installation at the Trap Music Museum has reportedly been removed.

removing #kodakblack 's artwork from trap music museum in Atlanta.

288 Likes, 107 Comments - OhSoDJ (@ohsodj) on Instagram: "removing #kodakblack 's artwork from trap music museum in Atlanta."

The Florida rapper made a lot of people angry, including T.I., after making disrespectful comments about actress Lauren London in the midst of her grieving her longtime boyfriend Nipsey Hussle.

Kodak Black recently said that he would give London a whole year of “crying and sh**” before shooting his shot with the actress.

“Hey Kodak Black, you out of pocket ni**a,” T.I. said on Instagram in response to Kodak Black’s comments. “Fix that sh*t, quickly. Expeditiously.”

Now, according to TMZ, a decision was made to scrub T.I.’s Trap Music Museum in Atlanta clean of Kodak Black’s installation, which was presumably influenced by the rapper’s controversial comments about London.

This came a day after Kodak Black’s music was banned from a Los Angles radio station, which was also due to his comments about London.

#kodakblack doesn't seem to mind his artwork being removed from the museum.

2,085 Likes, 353 Comments - Shifting Culture (@shiftingculture) on Instagram: "#kodakblack doesn't seem to mind his artwork being removed from the museum."

Yesterday (Apr. 8), during an Instagram Live session Kodak Black responded to the viral video, which shows his art installation being removed from the Trap Music Museum.

“F**k all that other sh**. F**K that p*ssy a** museum,” Kodak Black said while the camera pointed down to the floor. “B***h, I didn’t give you permission to put me up there anyways.”

Kodak Black seems to be consistently receiving backlash due to his insensitive comments. During the end of last month, the rapper was highly ridiculed for sexually harassing New York rapper Young M.A., who is openly gay.

Kodak Black is also currently facing first-degree criminal sexual misconduct charges.

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.