Kodak Black Takes On the KKK in Fiery ‘Tunnel Vision’ Video: Watch
On Thursday (Feb. 16), Kodak Black released his provocative video for “Tunnel Vision,” taking aim at racists and the Ku Klux Klan.
The visual illustrates a white man sporting a “Make America Hate Again” hat preparing to shoot a black man standing outside in a field. After realizing that the attacker’s gun is jammed up, the two square off in a heated skirmish.
Later, Black takes aim at the KKK by standing in front of a burning cross. As he dances and raps away in front of his crew, a nearby KKK effigy is spotted hanging on a cross.
“I jumped out of that wraith, Kodak bought a wraith/ I get any girl I want, any girl I want/ She want me to save the day, but I ain’t got a cape,” the Florida MC raps on the Metro Boomin’ and Southside-produced beat.
Black will join Future on his Nobody Safe Tour alongside Migos and Tory Lanez, kicking off this May in Memphis.
Check out the Michael Garcia-directed video below.