Kodak Black Florida Panthers Lap Dance refers to the viral moment on January 11th in which Kodak Black the iconic Florida rapper received a lap dance at a Florida Panthers NHL Hockey home game. Due to the location of the lap dance, his posture during it, and the fan video that recorded it, many memes and references to Kodak were made following the game.
On January 11th, 2021, the Florida Panthers hosted the Vancouver Canucks at the FLA Live Arena in Sunrise, Florida. Kodak Black made an appearance at the game, sitting rink-side with his female companion, amongst the crowd of happy Hockey fans (shown below).
The official NHL Twitter account took notice of the celebrity, and tweeted out a direct tag, sayin 'oh, hey there' and earning 1.7k likes in 40 minutes (shown below).
While being entertaining with the crowd, Kodak's pants fell down completely, revealing the long johns he had underneath. This was caught and uploaded to TikTok by the user ericagbabyxo, gaining 213k views and 15k likes in seven hours (shown below).
During the game, Kodak and his female companion left their seats and proceeded up to the box suites, which are reserved for VIPs, and found themselves in the box suite directly next to the Florida Panthers owner Vincent J. Viola, where Kodak proceeded to receive a lap dance. The lap dance was caught on camera from a fan across the arena, which when zoomed in appeared to show a different action taking place. The video was Tweeted out by the user @David954FLA, who gained 43.5k likes and 6.5M views in 15 hours (shown below).
I think Kodak found something better to do at the Panthers game pic.twitter.com/oZlUn06tt3— D (@David954FLA) January 12, 2022
In order to quickly dispel the rumors and thoughts of what was going on, Twitter user @bmoe_careful tweeted out a video of the lap dance from a different angle, clearly showing that no contact other than a lap dance was taking place, earning 4.4k likes and 1.2M views in 12 hours (shown below).
Kodak Black was not having sex @ a hockey game guys. Just a lil dancing. pic.twitter.com/iyRUO0UsEM— B-Moe (@bmoe_careful) January 12, 2022
Online reactions were swift, as the majority of people online believed that Kodak had indeed engaged in sexual relations with that woman. There was approximately a six hour time gap between the first video and second video being posted, giving people a wide window of time to jump to conclusions and make memes based off them, which they did. Twitter user @H4Flames tweeted out a wrestling video, captioning it 'Kodak Black watching Hockey like' and earning 5.2k likes and 307k views in 14 hours (shown below).
Kodak Black watching hockey like pic.twitter.com/J9rCIc36Tx— Mikal… (@H4Flames) January 12, 2022
The Twitter user @tuthill_travis tweeted out a picture of George Bush when he learned of 9/11 while reading a book to a elementary classroom, except changing the news to be about Kodak Black, earning 550 likes in 12 hours (shown below)
Twitter user @EvanMarinofsky tweeted a video of George Costanza from Seinfeld as a video defense of Kodak Black, pretending like he didn't know that he wasn't allowed to do those types of actions inside a box suite, earning 1.5k likes in 15 hours (shown below).
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