Following Kodak Black’s controversial remarks about Lauren London this past weekend, the rapper’s artwork inside T.I.'s Trap Museum in Atlanta has been removed.

A fan video of the removal was posted on Instagram on Monday (April 8). In the clip, you see workers taking down the Kodak Black art installation while attendees looked on. The video abruptly ends after a security guard told the person to stop recording.

The expulsion of the artwork comes after T.I. called out the South Florida rapper for his ill-timed comments on Instagram Live about hollering at Lauren London, who is the girlfriend of late rapper Nipsey Hussle. "Hey, Kodak Black: You outta pocket, nigga. Fix that shit—quickly, expeditiously," said Tip.

Kodak would later apologize to London, but he was short-tempered when it came to T.I. and him barking orders at him. "I said what I said and then y'all trying to misconstrue what I said," he vented on IG Live last Saturday (April 6). "Man fuck that. I don't give a fuck what y'all talking about. I'm in Georgia, right now. What y'all talking about?"

Kodak's remarks about London have also prompted Los Angeles radio station Power 106 to ban the rapper's music from their playlists. Some fans are even calling for a boycott of Kodak's music altogether.

T.I. hasn't addressed the removal of Kodak Black's artwork at the Trap Museum. He's currently vacationing in Maui. Check out the removal process below.

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