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Kodak Black pushes back ‘Kutthroat Bill: Vol. 1’ album release

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Kodak Black's new album is now expected to arrive towards the end of the month

was slated to unleash his fifth studio album, Kutthroat Bill: Vol. 1, on Friday (October 28), but it never materialized. Apparently, Yak decided to delay the album for unknown reasons and now fans are expected to have it on October 28.

“Ya Lil Hoe Ass Thought I Was Dropping @ Midnight NOPE,” the 25-year old wrote on .

https://twitter.com/KodakBlack1k/status/1578170803052367872?s=20&t=cTIw1bsC9LQxhCBlFmw0tw

The delay comes amid Kodak's friction with BET after his track “Super Gremlin” failed to win Song Of The Year Award, but instead, walked away with the trophy for her single “Big Energy.”

“Everyone Needa Boycott @Connieorlando & @BET ! Y'all Lame Af & Y'all Not Really For The People Fr ! BET WATERED DOWN,” he tweeted.

https://twitter.com/KodakBlack1k/status/1577846430399696898?s=20&t=cTIw1bsC9LQxhCBlFmw0tw

Yak added in another tweet, “Not ! Not ! But Lache ???? Hell Nawl !!!! @Connieorlando Needs To B Fired !!! Dat Stupid Ass Song Ain't Move Nobody ! Forget About Me At This Point ! AT LEAST “Fuck Nigga Free” Was A Anthem ! Tf You Think
“SONG OF THE YEAR” Mean ????”

https://twitter.com/KodakBlack1k/status/1577846017998962693?s=20&t=cTIw1bsC9LQxhCBlFmw0tw


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