Kodak Black is undeniably one of the most controversial rappers in the Hip-Hop world. Black is also a very outspoken rapper, and he is also known to do good things from time to time. He also wanted Drake to mentor him for some reason.

Black has been known to ruffle feathers by flushing loads of money down the toilet, literally. His mouth has also found him in trouble in the past. 

The rapper also did something interesting recently as he showed fans a more genuine side of him. Black took to Instagram and uploaded a video of himself speaking to a woman, where he revealed what he wanted to be as a child.

“I wanted to be an architect. That’s what I wanted to be. I wanted to be an architect,” Black said before sharing his thoughts on coronavirus. “That sh*t’s crazy because you can’t tell who has corona. I don’t know everything. I don’t know what to tell you – this sh*t’s crazy – I hope this isn’t how the world’s going to end.

Kodak Black then discussed his deep love for music as he revealed that he has a lot of love for Beyoncé and added that he’d change his life for actress Zendaya.

“Beyoncé,” Black answered when asked who he would like to work with. He was then asked if he has a celebrity crush. “Beyoncé, nah, I’m just kidding. Zendaya. I’d change my whole life for her.”

Kodak Black is a very strange individual but underneath it, he is a talented rapper who truly does have a lot of love for his craft and that is unlikely to change anytime soon.

For the record, Zendaya is currently taken by Spider-Man co-star Tom Holland. So, the Trump pardoned rapper might need to wait on Spidey.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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