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Last night (Mar. 6), Florida rapper Kodak Black attempted to help two women who were in a car wreck.

#PressPlay: #KodakBlack was being a good samaritan last night as he tried to help someone on the side of the road due to their car being flipped over. However, he had to get up out of there real quick before the police was called ????

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The “Wake Up in the Sky” rapper shared the entire incident on Instagram live.

The truck that the women were riding in was flipped over on the side of the road, so Kodak Black pulled over to see if they were okay.

He can be heard in the video asking the women if they need help, and one of the women responds, “yes.”

“Can you please call 911?” one of the women asked. The rapper then asked someone off camera to call the cops.

“Please, don’t call the cops…don’t don’t don’t! Please,” one of the women interjected.

“God bless you. Let me get from around here before the cops come,” said Kodak Black before the live video ends.

Kodak Black’s “good Samaritan” moment comes three days after the rapper had an online feud with Lil Wayne’s daughter, Reginae Carter. On Mar. 4, Carter indirectly addressed the rapper for his comments about her father, the night before.

LOS ANGELES, CA – SEPTEMBER 28: Reginae Carter and Lil Wayne attend Lil Wayne’s 36th birthday party and Carter V release at HUBBLE on September 28, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jerritt Clark/Getty Images for Young Money Records)

Kodak Black was at LIV Nightclub in Miami when he decided to get on the mic and ask the DJ to turn down the music. He then asked the crowd where was Lil Wayne.

Once the music was turned down, the Florida rapper then said that Lil Wayne should have died when he was a baby.

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.