Kodak Black Tweets Then Deletes Apology To Yung Miami After Threatening Her

Kodak Black may or may not be sorry for threatening to punch pregnant Yung Miami in her stomach.

Days after the imprisoned rapper's team shared a recorded phone call of Kodak spitting a few bars that said he was going to "hit that b*tch in her stomach," referring to Yung Miami — who is pregnant with her second child, first with boyfriend Southside — Kodak appeared to tweet an apology to the expecting mother.

"#YungMiami Gimmicks Are For Suckas, As I Sit Back I Realize How Petty That Move Was And As A Man It’s Certain Things We Refrain From," he wrote on Saturday (August 10). The 22-year-old rapper then issued a truce to the City Girls' rapper's boyfriend, who came to her defense after Kodak made his horrifying comment, in a second tweet. "@sizzle808MAFIA Ain't No Smoke Wit You Bra F**k That Lame Sh*t I Pray Y'all Have A Healthy Baby And Live A Prosperous Life. Besides B*tch We Got More Hits To Make," read the tweet.

However, Kodak's fans weren't too convinced it was Kodak who actually wrote the tweets for a number of reasons: one, being the way the tweets were worded. "You a clone. Kodak would never say this," a fan replied. While another wrote, "Who tweeted this for you?"

Adding to the speculation, fans noticed that Kodak’s apology tweets were deleted. This made many wonder two things: one, he didn’t write the tweets and after his team realized people noticed it wasn’t him they decided to delete them. Two, he wrote it but then felt like he wasn’t, in fact, sorry so he deleted them.

As fans know, Yung Miami has had bigger issues to worry about. Last week, the 25-year-old rapper's vehicle came under fire while she was leaving Circle House Studios in Miami following a recording session. A fan captured video of the aftermath, sharing a clip of Yung Miami, born Caresha Brownlee, speaking about the incident to her boyfriend. "They had they lights off, so I never saw them," the "Twerk" rapper explained to Southside. "I don't know where they came from behind [...] The shots came from behind."

On Wednesday (August 7), Yung Miami gave an update on her condition on Instagram. "Keep looking at my pictures & all my mentions like it really could've been R.I.P," she wrote alongside a broken heart and crying face emojis. "I'm really not okay!"

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