Joe Budden Said He Was “Concerned” About Kodak Black Before Regarding His Recent Behavior
Joe Budden has expressed concern about Kodak Black's mental health, saying that his recent behavior has been troubling.
Budden made his comments on a recent episode of his podcast, "The Joe Budden Podcast." He referenced several incidents from the past few months that suggested Kodak's mental state was deteriorating, including his bizarre appearance on the Drink Champs podcast and his erratic behavior on social media.
“Kodak Black looked like pure shit on Drink Champs,” Budden began. “And he looked like shit when he was wiggling around on the floor, talking to himself in the dark when his man was taping him … didn’t look the greatest when he dodged that bullet from two feet away that we all watched.
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Budden also mentioned an incident in which Kodak Black was seen dodging a bullet from two feet away. Budden said that he has been concerned about Kodak Black for the past year.“The internet pick funny times to be concerned about people. I’ve been concerned about him for the last year.”
Kodak Black has been facing a lot of backlash for his behavior in recent months. He has been accused of being disrespectful to women, making homophobic comments, and glorifying violence. He has also been arrested multiple times on drug and gun charges.
Despite all of the controversy, Budden said that he still supports Kodak Black's music. "I think he's a talented artist," Budden said. "But I'm also concerned about his well-being."
Budden called on Kodak Black to seek help for his mental health issues. "He needs to get help," Budden said. "He needs to talk to someone about what's going on in his head."
Budden's comments come as Kodak Black is facing renewed scrutiny. Last month, he was arrested for allegedly assaulting a fan in South Carolina. He is also currently on probation for a number of previous offenses.
It is unclear what the future holds for Kodak Black. However, Budden's comments highlight the importance of mental health awareness and the need to seek help when it is needed.