Hot 97’s Ebro Darden has woken up to praise and admiration this morning after he quizzed the rapper Kodak Black, who is accused of sexual assault, on the serious matter.
His questioning saw the entertainer end their filmed conversation abruptly and score praise from Hip-Hop fans who feel the genre and its culture shield sexual predators from the criticism some say Kodak is trying to run from.Array
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The assault is alleged to have taken place in February 2016 at the Comfort Inn and Suites in Florence County, South Carolina following Octave’s show at the Treasure City nightclub. The victim, a teenage girl, is said to have initially reported the assault to her school nurse.
Well.. that was awkward. Kodak Black walks out on his interview w/ @EBROINTHEAM.
— HOT 97 (@HOT97) December 12, 2018
I’m mad that y’all are sitting here upset at the fact that Ebro called out Kodak Black, but not mad at Kodak Black for raping someone like y’all really on this internet going hard for an abuser pic.twitter.com/fDqIgQOPSw
— Slim✨ (@_OGslim) December 13, 2018
Ebro been trending for like 2 days for bringing up Kodak’s current sexual assault case and y’all aren’t mad at the person allegedly performing the sexual assault but the dude interviewing him because…?
— Zach (@ZodiacKillahh) December 13, 2018
If Kodak was so innocent he wouldn’t have been so offended by Ebro bringing it up period.
— XAYN (@iamxayn) December 13, 2018
Exactly. And I seen trick daddy’s ass talking some huge nonsense!!! When really Ebro did step up, he is directly telling Kodak to face his bullsht. Clear the air. Own it so it can be dealt w/.
But idk if he wants to deal with it, or become a new person.
Kodak is a cancer sun https://t.co/sc38W2cJGk
— Girl, what happend? (@livingroomview) December 13, 2018
Are y’all really mad Ebro brought up Kodak’s case?? Or are you really mad that he reminded you you’re fav is probably a rapist?? 😂
— Amber 💋 (@FireDancerAmber) December 13, 2018
I’m gonna be honest everyone getting mad that @oldmanebro spoke up about Kodak black’s sexual assault case is the reason why women and little girls are afraid to speak out being sexual assaulted. it’s really sad. when I got raped I got so much backlash for speaking out. it’s sad
— donna (@donna36152706) December 13, 2018
Judging by the comments on several posts about Kodak Black you can tell there’s a whole generation/sector of folks that have normalized sexual assault, rape culture and lewd behavior against women. Especially within Rap fandom. So salute @oldmanebro for gettin that convo going…
— Bob Albert (@balbert3) December 13, 2018
You’d think Kodak Black w/ a rape trial ahead and who had to revamp his social-media after that (ironically) anti-dark skin (black) women rant, would be minding his image but alas!
The anger is directed at Ebro (a host/ interviewer) for asking a celeb questions. pic.twitter.com/FkPkLGMVvt
— Lemon in Autumn🍋 (@LemonClarkMedia) December 13, 2018
I looked at why Ebro trending, and it’s a bunch of motherfuckers mad at him for standing against sexual predators… Hip Hop has never truly cared for women, and definitely not LGBT people. KODAK BLACK IS A RAPIST.
— Gee (@_ZeusZ) December 13, 2018
These types of tweets are toxic to our community, you’re essentially refusing to hold Kodak Black accountable for his recent case and slamming the interview for asking a question. No one should feel like they are above the law, he is a public figure & should’ve owned his wrongs https://t.co/8D9Wb0aAFe
— Stream Waves. (@GiftofNormani) December 13, 2018
Meanwhile, y’all want all the smoke to defend Kodak Black, but you know who’s left out of the equation?! THE TEENAGER HE ASSAULTED!!!! WHO’S DEFENDING HER?! I’m confused. Oh wait she not y’all little sis so she’s fair game. Y’all disgust me. Seriously.
— ❤Mina_Mosley❤ (@DSTBlaze) December 13, 2018