Kodak Black Confronts Racial Tension & KKK Imagery With “Tunnel Vision” Video

(AllHipHop News) Kodak Black has become well known by some for his social media antics, but it appears the Florida-raised rapper is using his new visuals to make a political statement.

The music video for Kodak’s “Tunnel Vision” features imagery of a white man wearing a “Make America Hate Again” hat and the burning cross symbol of the Ku Klux Klan.

As of press time, the clip has collected over 1 million views in its first day of release.

“Tunnel Vision” follows other KB clips such as “Weatherman” with Yo Gotti and “There He Go.”

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3 Responses to “Kodak Black Confronts Racial Tension & KKK Imagery With “Tunnel Vision” Video”

  1. keith peru

    A for effort, but I think Kodac missed the mark. I’m not certain what this cinematic message is. The plot has too many holes to fill in to try to make it coherent. Not to mention that the lyrics has nothing to do with the video. Now this is not a jab or dis, nor is it a show of support for the video. I’m glad he’s trying to send out messages that still need to be heard in this day and age, however, I just feel his missed the mark.

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