Kodak Black Involved In SHOOTOUT At Justin Bieber Super Bowl Party – A List Celebs Run!!

Rapper Kodak Black got into a fight, which turned into a shootout at Justin Bieber’s Super Bowl Party last night in Los Angeles, MTO News confirmed.


Four people were shot – and one man is in critical condition after the incident.

The fight, and the shooting was captured by paparazzi who were outside the party.

Here’s video of the incident:

In the video, you see Kodak Black and a group of men attack a man. They push the man in between cars and appear to be assaulting him with punches and kicks. Then, all of a sudden you hear gunshots.

MTO News was not able to determine whether the gunshots were fired by Kodak and his crew, or the opps.

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Many of the A-list celebrities at the party Рwhich included  Drake, Lil Baby, Zendaya, Leonardio De Caprio, Gunna, all the Kardashias  Рwere forced to run for cover.

Kodak has faced a slew of criminal charges in his life – including gun charges, kidnapping, and sexual assault. And he’s known for hanging with a crew that are prepared to buss their guns.

He gained initial recognition with his single “No Flockin”, released in 2014. His debut album, Painting Pictures (2017), peaked at number 3 on the US Billboard 200 and included the Billboard Hot 100 top ten single “Tunnel Vision”. Black’s second album, Dying to Live (2018), peaked at number one on the Billboard 200 and was supported by the single “Zeze” (featuring Travis Scott and Offset), which peaked at number 2 on the Hot 100.

Kodak Black’s career has been marked by periods of mainstream success, as well as public controversies and legal issues. His legal troubles began in middle school and spiked significantly throughout the late 2010s. In 2019, Black was arrested for weapons possession and was sentenced to almost four years in federal prison; his sentence was commuted by President Donald Trump in 2021. While incarcerated, he released his third studio album, Bill Israel (2020).