South Florida rapper Kodak Black makes a splash at Panthers game

Kodak Black traveled to Sunrise to see his hometown of the Florida Panthers take on the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday.

He seems to have had a good time.

The rapper, originally from Pompano Beach and very popular in South Florida, spent part of the game sitting by the rink with a woman and at one point they moved into a suite at the FLA Live Arena, next to the Panthers Lodge. .

By then Florida was in the lead, winning 5-2 ahead of 15,041, and the real fun could begin.

In the third period, a Twitter user and subscription holder, with the nickname @ David954FLA, filmed Kodak Black and the woman in, let’s just say, a compromising position, with the woman on all fours and Kodak Black spinning behind her.

While the Miami Herald was unable to confirm exactly what really happened, Katie Gaus of Bally Sports Florida reported that the two were clothed for the duration of the act and were not doing that twerk and the original videographer then tweeted, “they weren’t having sex lol.”

The Panthers made a point of showing Kodak Black on the big screen several times during the early periods and the NHL even tweeted its presence at the arena.

They didn’t show it anymore.

For what it’s worth, he also seemed to be having fun throughout the first two periods. He posted a video of himself drinking beer to his Instagram account, rejoiced at the cheers when it was shown on the big screen three times, and even met Viktor E. Ratt.

Florida has the best home record in the NHL this season, and the arena has found a unique charm in an atypical hockey town. Kodak Black added a unique South Florida character to it on Tuesday.

The Panthers, meanwhile, have won for the sixth time in seven games and are tied with defending champion Tampa Bay Lightning atop the NHL standings. No matter what happened, it’s good to see local celebrities coming to support a Stanley Cup contender and it was nice of Florida to take care of business so quickly, leaving everyone with a lot of time for other activities.

David Wilson, originally from Maryland, is the Miami Herald’s utility man for sports coverage.


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