Kodak Black suggests that Jada Pinkett Smith would be happier for him than her husband Will Smith

Kodak Black did not want to be romantic when he tried to woo Jada Pinkett Smith in a bizarre Instagram Live video from earlier this weekend.

The 24-year-old rapper – who could barely be seen in the dark clip – said Jada, 50, was ‘out of pocket’ and urged her to ‘come f *** with me’ at the start of his video .

He also appeared to criticize her for remaining married to Will Smith, 53, while alluding to her admission of continuing a relationship with another man while she was married to the Oscar winner.

Formastent: Rapper Kodak Black, 24, said in an Instagram Live clip from this weekend that Jada Pinkett Smith, 50, would have to leave her husband Will Smith, 53, to be with him instead; seen in 2017

‘The shit you’re doing is not right, brother. You have someone who loves you, he said.

He added that Will had ‘been with you all these years’ before urging her to ‘Come f *** with Kodak.’

‘That’s what you have to do, because you’re just on some bulls ***,’ he continued, adding that she did not ‘deserve Will Smith’.

“You deserve me!” he said.

Kodak – who was born Dieuson Octave but later changed his legal name to Bill Kahan Kapri – also seemed to criticize Jada’s late friend, rapper Tupac Shakur.

Called her out: Kodak urged Jada to 'get f *** with me' and seemed to allude to her admission that she had an affair with another man while she was married to Will

Called her out: Kodak urged Jada to ‘get f *** with me’ and seemed to allude to her admission that she had an affair with another man while she was married to Will

Gross: He added that Will had 'been with you all these years' before urging her to 'Come f *** with Kodak'

Gross: He added that Will had ‘been with you all these years’ before urging her to ‘Come f *** with Kodak’

Controversy: Jada and Will have been in the news after beating Chris Rock at the Oscars in late March;  set March 27

Controversy: Jada and Will have been in the news after beating Chris Rock at the Oscars in late March; set March 27

He said Tupac was ‘gangster’ enough compared to himself and seemed to shadow him to go to Baltimore School of the Arts, where he met Jada, who was also a student there.

“Long live the boy Tupac, God bless his soul,” he began, before saying that “Tupac was not completely cut, was not quite a gangster all his life.”

In his distorted message, he mentioned that the legendary rapper went to ‘school’ and Kodak criticized him for ‘dancing’.

The Zeze rapper seemed to suggest that Jada’s memories of her deceased friend were a betrayal of her husband, which he complimented.

“So stop playing Will Smith like that,” he said. ‘Will Smith is a stand-up man with integrity. He knows who he is. ‘

Carving: Kodak also shadowed Jada's late friend Tupac Shakur for not being 'gangster' enough.  He mentioned that he went to Baltimore School for the Arts, even though that was where he met his classmate Jada;  Tupac and Jada seen in 1996

Carving: Kodak also shadowed Jada’s late friend Tupac Shakur for not being ‘gangster’ enough. He mentioned that he went to Baltimore School for the Arts, even though that was where he met his classmate Jada; Tupac and Jada seen in 1996

Although it is not clear why Kodak was fixated on Jada, she and her husband have been in the news since the end of last month, when Will beat Chris Rock at the Oscars after making a joke about Jada’s shaved head. which is an attempt to cover up. bald spots from alopecia.

The shocking act of violence was widely condemned, and the Academy later banned Will from attending the Oscar ceremony for 10 years after he had already withdrawn from the organization.

His marriage was also back in the spotlight due to a recently resurrected 2018 clip from Jada’s Red Table Talk show, in which she admitted to her husband that she ‘would never get married’.

The moment: Will's shocking act of violence was widely condemned, and the Academy later banned him from attending the Oscars for 10 years after he withdrew from the organization;  set March 27

The moment: Will’s shocking act of violence was widely condemned, and the Academy later banned him from attending the Oscars for 10 years after he withdrew from the organization; set March 27

Throwback: Jada has also starred in a resurrected Red Table Talk clip in which she admitted to her husband that she 'would never get married'

Throwback: Jada has also starred in a resurrected Red Table Talk clip in which she admitted to her husband that she ‘would never get married’

The couple decided to tie the knot to appease their mother after she became pregnant with their first child Jaden, but Jada and Will both agreed that marriage was ‘the right call’ for them.

Still, the Collateral star said she was miserable during her wedding because she was three months pregnant and ‘sick’.

Jada said: ‘And I was so sad that I had to hold a wedding – I was so angry that I went and cried down the hall. I cried all the way down the hall. ‘

Will, however, did not mind, as he had always dreamed of a cozy domestic life.

“There was not a day in my life where I wanted anything more than to be married and have a family,” he admitted. ‘From literally five years old, I imagined what my family would be like.’

Family father: 'There was not a day in my life where I wanted anything more than to be married and have a family', he admitted in the same video.  'From literally five years old, I imagined what my family would become';  set March 27

Family father: ‘There was not a day in my life where I wanted anything more than to be married and have a family’, he admitted in the same video. ‘From literally five years old, I imagined what my family would become’; set March 27

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