KODAK BLACK CAUGHT ‘HAVING SEX’ AT NHL GAME. Kodak Black has a history of bizarre behavior, but his latest stunt might just take the cake.

The “Super Gremlin” rapper attended the NHL match-up between the Florida Panthers and the Vancouver Canucks at the FLA Live Arena in Sunrise, Florida on Tuesday evening (January 11).

And while the home team walked away with a 5-2 win, it was Kodak’s antics in the stands that stole the headlines.


The 24-year-old rapper attended Tuesday night’s game between the Canucks and Panthers, not all that surprising considering he is a native of Pompano Beach, Fla. Kodak Black (legal name Bill Kapri) watched part of the game with a woman from their rinkside seats, and they were seen multiple times on the FLA Live Arena Jumbotron.

A viral video filmed by a hockey fan on the opposite side of the arena appeared to show the Pompano Beach native engaging in a public sex act with a female companion in his luxury box during the game.

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Kodak Black and the woman eventually made their way up to a suite, and that’s when things got, uh, interesting. While the Panthers were busy dominating the Canucks, the pair appeared to be engaging in their own physical activity. A video posted by a fan sitting on the opposite side of the arena led some Twitter users to believe that Kodak Black was having sex with the woman during a live NHL game.

No, Kodak Black wasn’t having sex during the Canucks vs. Panthers game:

However, the theory was quickly debunked after Bally Sports reporter Katie Gaus revealed that it was “just twerking.” The Sunrise Police Department later confirmed that Kodak Black didn’t perform any illegal acts. He was only “being young and having fun” with the woman, per WPLG Local 10 in Miami.

Kodak Black also posted a video showing that both he and the woman were fully clothed while dancing together in the suite.

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The Panthers and NHL promoted Kodak Black’s presence during the game, but they appeared to avoid any mentions of him on social media after the video went viral. ESPN’s Greg Wyshynski reached out to both the Panthers and league for comment on the incident, but he had not heard back from them as of Wednesday afternoon.

The Panthers won 5-2, their sixth victory in their last seven games. Fortunately for everyone, all scoring and stick-handling was done on the ice.

The debacle even resulted in the NHL’s official Twitter account deleting an earlier tweet welcoming Kodak to the game.

This isn’t the only time Kodak Black has raised eyebrows recently. In October, he grossed out the entire internet by groping his mother’s rear and attempting to kiss her on the lips while dancing with her at a family gathering.