AMERICAN rapper, Kodak Black, revealed he's been going through a difficult time in alarming Twitter posts and wrote about suicidal thoughts.
Kodak tweeted: "So Lonely Depressed Sad & F****d Up … Nobody Love Me Nobody Cares … I'm Everywhere @ Once … Friends Playin In My Head … Girls Playin Wit My Heart , Wish I Can Go Back To The Start I'll Never Be Famous."
A second Tweet followed revealing alarming suicidal thoughts: "Sitting In My Room Crying Feel Like Killing Myself," followed by an emoji with closed and lowered eyes.
These heartbreaking words led to supportive comments from fans including: "Keep yo head up #KodakBlack you are the most important rapper to come out of the 2010s your impact is untouchable we love ya brah and we all been thru that shi we always witchu fam #PrayForKodak," followed by a hands with palms together emoji.
Kodak has since deleted both his Instagram and Twitter accounts.
One fan asks: "Is this real? I can't find his Twitter/Instagram."
Another adds: "He deleted his account.
"Come back black."
A third says: "His Twitter went dark, and now I'm worried."
Kodak, 24, has an impressive career to his name.
At age 17, Kodak started gaining traction with his single No Flockin and skyrocketed in the rap game since.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Kodak's fortune stands at $600,000.
Born Bill Kahan Kapri on June 11, 1997, the 24-year-old rapper is better known by his stage name Kodak Black.
Aged just 17, he gained initial recognition with his single No Flockin, released in 2014.
The performer was sentenced to 48 months in prison in June 2020 on federal weapons charges in 2019 after confessing to lying about purchasing several firearms in background check forms.
Law enforcement later found two firearms linked to the rapper at crime scenes.
The rapper was supposed to remain in jail until November 2022.
However, former President Donald Trump handed out presidential pardons to several celebrities after leaving the White House, including Kodak.
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