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Kodak Black clearly hates himself—specifically, his own brown skin. It’s the only way to explain an interview he conducted in New Orleans that found him again defending his preference for light skin Black women in the most headass manner possible. 

Yesterday (June 29), after playing in Master P’s celebrity basketball game, Chaney Ellis (Chaney TV) interviewed the “Skrt” rapper. Of course, he was asked about his previous commentary, and his answer was the purest of self-hating struggle.

After incorporating suspect logic about men who prefer chubby women not getting backlash, Kodak dropped this whammy.

“I just said I don’t like women with my complexion,” he said. “I like light skin women. I want you to be lighter than me. I love African-American women, but I just don’t like my…skin complexion.”

All deserved slander aside, this is quite sad. There really is nothing wrong with having a preference. But when that reasoning is behind not like something about yourself, it’s a problem. It’s also demeaning to Black women.

Also, he wasn’t done.

He added, “We too gutta. Light skin women…they more sensitive. Nah, nah, they too tough. Light skin women, we can break ’em down more easy, you nah’I’m sayin’?”

Maybe one day Kodak Black will realize the err of his ways. Hopefully, he reads some books and does some soul searching before he speaks on this again. Don’t hold your breath, though.

Watch the interview below.

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