Right now Kodak Black has THE hottest hip hop song in the country. His new song Super Gremlin is the #5 song in the United States on the Billboard charts. And MTO News confirmed that it’s the top streaming hip hop song on both Apple and Spotify.
If you’ve listened to the radio over the past week, or used one of those “Top Hip Hop” playlists on any streaming service, then you’ve probably heard Kodak’s new track.
Some of the lyrics in the track – in particular the one where he BRAGS about taking Fentanyl pills – is causing some of his fans to cringe.
The bar (no pun intended) that has people talking – is where Kodak rapped, “I knew the perc was fake, but I still ate it.” “Fake” percocet pills, MTO News confirmed, are typically made out of the dangerous drug fentanyl.
Contrary to the media narratives that are being pushed, many drug users actually SEEK OUT fentanyl pills or fentanyl laced heroin because it gives a stronger and more intense high.
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So when Kodak brags about taking “fake” perc pills, he’s talking about knowingly taking fentanyl. Which is a very dangerous thing to promote.
According to the CDC, in 2019, more than 36,000 deaths involving fentanyl occurred in the United States, which is more deaths than from any other type of opioid.
Fentanyl-involved death rates increased by over 15% from 2018 to 2019 and accounted for nearly 73% of all opioid-involved deaths in 2019. The rate of overdose deaths involving synthetic opioids were more than 11 times higher in 2019 than in 2013.