Kodak Black performs in front of a high-profile crowd of thousands in Orlando
Kodak Black performed in front of a large crowd in Orlando on Saturday night.
Kodak Black performed live in Orlando, Florida, to thousands of spectators at the Orlando Amphitheater on Saturday night.
With regard to security in relation to COVID-19, the CEO of the venue told the CBS subsidiary WKMG-TV: “We can only enforce masks when entering the venue.”
The member of Out Da Gate Entertainment, Haiti, said they would provide masks for anyone with no face covering at the entrance of the venue: “We will provide masks for people who don’t have security. We have officers who will be on hand. “
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In contrast to Black’s massive audience, Quando Rondo could also be seen on the weekend, but in front of a much smaller audience.
Black’s appearance comes days after he pleaded guilty to allegations related to his sexual assault case in South Carolina. He then responded to the move on Twitter.
“5 years later … we both just wanted to get this shit over our heads AND I don’t have to shed any money,” Black tweeted. “I don’t have to register as a sex offender or a nun, shit, this is a piece if you ask me, lol you messed me up, I’m not a crazy homie.”
He added, “You want a n-gga to go out, sad homie who wishes badly for a real n-gga. I never saw it work. My heart goes out to all of the girls out here who are raped and shit FORREAL, but I didn’t do that shit. “