Update 04/05/2021 7:20pm:
Alleged footage of a shooting Kodak Black and his entourage has started circulating social media after it was reported that the rapper was followed and targeted just before 3 A.M. on Monday morning.
The video shows a McDonald's and intersection bearing a resemblance to the location and area described in reports. The clip starts with a man filming and claiming to see Kodak Black at the fast-food restaurant before shots are fired. The man filming speeds off in his car as he expresses concern for the rapper.
As previously reported, Kodak Black and his entourage were followed to a Tallahassee McDonald's, located on Tennessee and Dewey Streets, before shots were fired. As the rapper was ordering food at McDonald's, his security guard was shot in the leg by unnamed individuals in a car and transported to a local hospital.
Kodak Black has not issued a statement on the shooting as police continue to investigate the incident.
Original 04/05/2021 1:50pm:
Kodak Black and his entourage were reportedly targeted in a shooting in Tallahassee, Florida early Friday morning. As the rapper was ordering food at McDonald's, his security guard was shot in the leg by unnamed individuals in a car.
Alicia Turner, Tallahassee Police Department Spokeswoman, confirmed that the shooting took place outside of Tallahassee's Dewey Street McDonald's. Kodak Black and his entourage were reportedly followed by several vehicles that attempted to cut them off after the rapper left from his headlining performance for Cultur3 Fest.
When the rapper and his team arrived at McDonald's, they reportedly blocked the entrance with a vehicle. Despite his security's attempt to pick the meal up for him, Kodak entered the fast-food restaurant as the same vehicle that was following him and his crew showed up. The vehicle left the premises before returning and firing shots.
Kodak Black was put in an armored vehicle and taken away from the scene. However, the rapper's security guard sustained a gunshot wound to the femoral artery in his leg and was taken to a local hospital, where he underwent surgery.
The Tallahassee Police Department's investigation remains ongoing.