Kodak Black breaks his silence on what went down at the Florida Panthers game. During the match, a well-known singer was caught making physical contact in the stadium.
The Florida Panthers maintained their first position in the NHL Atlantic Division by defeating the Vancouver Canucks in the National Hockey League yesterday, which was celebrated by the Florida Panthers fans in the stadium.
Kodak Black breaks his silence on what went down at the Florida Panthers game:
During this hockey match, the camera’s eye saw the famous American singer Kodak Black making such an embarrassing move in the stadium that the NHL management and Kodak fans were left speechless.
According to the Daily Star, in the video, Kodak Black is alone in a cabin and enjoying with a girl.
According to the report, the video was made by a spectator from his phone and posted on Twitter.
I think Kodak found something better to do at the Panthers game pic.twitter.com/oZlUn06tt3
— D (@David954FLA) January 12, 2022
The video spread like wildfire and people started criticizing Kodak. However, Kodak later posted the video on social media with a screenshot of ‘Zoom In’ and offered an explanation.
According to the report, this explanation has been offered by Kodak Black but his fans are not ready to accept it because his movement is clearly seen in the video and the picture posted by him is not clear.
Kodak Black won’t face charges over twerking at a hockey game:
Things are not always as they seem, especially in Florida.
According to the Sunrise Police Department, the rapper and the woman
“were just dancing very provocatively,”
Twitter Fans Shocked on Kodak Movements:
Both Kodak and Girl are not recognised by me. One fan wrote sarcastically about Kodak:
“The way Kodak is celebrating the Florida Panthers’ victory, I think maybe this team will win the Stanley Cup for the first time in history.
Kodak Black watching hockey like pic.twitter.com/J9rCIc36Tx
— Mikal… (@H4Flames) January 12, 2022
Just watched that Kodak Black video.. 🤣 pic.twitter.com/Z9rwy4LTD3
— Chris Muller (@_CMuller25) January 12, 2022