Kodak Black’s performance at the 2023 Rolling Loud California music festival may have been punctuated by two strange incidents, but it was his resilience that caught everyone’s attention. Despite being hit by a water bottle during his 20-minute set, Kodak Black continued to put on an unforgettable performance.

The South Florida rapper was sporting an all-black bedazzled leather suit with sharp spikes on the shoulders of his sport coat during his lively set. Near the end of his performance, Kodak summoned a stagehand to go get his belt. His DJ started playing “Super Gremlin” as Kodak waited for his belt.

As he waited, he joked with the crowd, “I’mma spank me a bih.” Then, with his back turned away from the audience, someone threw a water bottle at him, which landed on his leather suit. Unfazed, the 25-year-old rapper launched into his verse on “Super Gremlin.” When someone eventually handed him his belt, Kodak stopped the music and asked the audience, “Who hit me with that water?” while waving the heavily-spiked belt as a joke.

Kodak then proceeded to put on his spiked belt while “Super Gremlin” was playing in the background. It took him a minute because of the spikes, but he managed to get it on. After a few minutes, Kodak took his shirt off and performed the rest of the song bare-chested.


The strange concert moment was caught on camera, and it quickly made its way around social media. Some fans were impressed by Kodak’s resilience, while others expressed their disappointment in the person who threw the water bottle.

In the end, Kodak Black finished his Rolling Loud set without too many hiccups, leaving the crowd in awe. Despite the water bottle incident, it’s undeniable that Kodak’s performance was one of the most unforgettable moments of the festival. What do you think of Kodak Black’s response to being hit with a water bottle? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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