AceShowbiz - Being rich and famous is not enough for Kodak Black. The "Wake Up in the Sky" rapper, who often got candid about him being depressed, recently took to his social media account to claim that he has lost those he loved after finding fame.
The 24-year-old emcee, whose real name is Bill Kahan Kapri, aired out his frustration on his Twitter page on Sunday, November 7. "I Jus Wanna B Loved," the "Dying to Live" artist first tweeted.
"I neva thought this fame a take da ones I loved away from me," Kodak further lamented in a separate post. Hours later, the Florida native wrote, "If I ain't neva went thru dat phone I'll prolly still b with my ex."
Around one month earlier, Kodak made his fans concerned after he let out several alarming tweets about depression. On October 7, he wrote, "So Lonely Depressed Sad & F**ked Up." He went on lamenting, "Nobody Love Me Nobody Cares … I'm Everywhere @ Once … Friends Playin I My Head … Girls Playin Wit My Heart."
Kodak also hinted that he regretted where he is now. "Wish I Can Go Back To The Start I'll Never Be Famous," he penned, before adding in a follow-up post, "Sitting In My Room Crying Feel Like Killing Myself."
Fans of the "ZEZE" spitter have since showed their support and prayers, with one writing, "depression is real no matter how people may seem to hide it. Praying he gets to feeling like himself soon." Someone else chimed in, "This time of the year is really depressing. Praying for you."
Shortly after letting out the suicidal tweet, Kodak, who was arrested in 2019 for weapons possession and was sentenced to almost four years in federal prison, deactivated his social media accounts. At that time, fans could not find his page on the blue-bird app as well as on Instagram.