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Kodak Black Speaks On PNB Rock And Blames His Girlfriend Stephanie Sibounheuang For His Death

Kodak Black has spoken on PNB Rock and sort of blamed his girlfriend for his death. Kodak is putting the blame on PNB Rock’s girlfriend since she posted their location online via MTO News;

Kodak Black appeared to blame PnB’s girlfriend for his murder after is was revealed that 20 minutes before his killing, she posted a picture of her food on social media, revealing their location.

There is also footage of the couple arguing on the way to Roscoe Chicken and Waffles.

“Ion usually speak on deaths! Go to funerals or nun kuz life goes on, but, SMH. PnB was my boy, I was jus OTP wit em last night! We be talkin bout him comin back out & poppin his sh-t again in this rap sh-t,” Yak wrote. “That hoe might as well kill herself.”

Some called Kodak out for his remarks, but some people on social media believe that PnB’s killing was because his location was given away on the internet.

“It is a bold crime and it’s tragic that two people come to eat and enjoy their meal, and they’re get robbed while patronizing a restaurant,” said Los Angeles Police Department Capt. Kelly Muniz to reporters.

The cops seem to agree.

A day after rapper PnB Rock was gunned down as he enjoyed lunch at a Los Angeles restaurant, local authorities said Tuesday an ill-timed Instagram post from his girlfriend may have led his killer to him.

The rapper, legally named Rakim Allen, was robbed and shot to death on Monday afternoon at Roscoe’s House of Chicken & Waffles. Controversy around his slaying spread immediately, with many—including rappers Kodak Black and Nicki Minaj—blaming the 30-year-old’s girlfriend, Stephanie Sibounheuang, because she posted a geo-tagged Instagram story of their meal.

Cops confirmed Tuesday the ill-timed post may have played a part in Allen’s death.

Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore said the attack came “soon” after Sibounheuang posted a picture of the couple’s food at Roscoe’s, and detectives believe it may be what flagged Allen’s killer to his location.

“With his family—with his girlfriend or some kind of friend of his—and as they’re there, enjoying a simple meal, he’s brutally attacked by an individual who apparently [came] to the location after a social media posting,” Moore said Tuesday.

Allen’s assailant ran into the chicken joint and demanded Allen give him jewelry and “other valuables,” Moore said, before pulling the trigger. The gunman then fled in a getaway car.

Flip to the next page to see how social media reacted to Kodak Black’s claim and more of Stephanie Sibounheuang.

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