Fans thought they caught rapper Kodak Black having sex live at hockey game 3 days ago

Fans thought they caught rapper Kodak Black having sex live at hockey game

The twerk that took all eyes off the hockey rink

Sports fans momentarily thought they'd caught rapper Kodak Black getting X-rated with his new flame at a hockey game in Florida on Tuesday.

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During the third period of the Panthers-Canucks game, the 'Zeze' rapper - real-name Bil Kapri - was seen holding a woman by her waist while she was bent over, twerking on his lap, in an arena suite.

The PDA moment was caught on camera by fans, who had to zoom in on their cameras to make sure they weren't seeing something more erotic.

In the clip, the woman - later identified as rapper Essence - is on her hands, as she shakes her behind at Kapri.

He went on to post the clip to his Instagram, but for an extended period of time, the internet thought the pair were having sex, the New York Post reported.

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Kapri also went on Instagram Live to note that he “put the enchilada in the piñata.”

The Post said Florida Hockey Now posted a story suggesting as such, though it later proved to just be twerking.

Kapri and Essence were sitting rinkside before they moved up to a suite at FLA Live Arena and the Miami Herald reported that the rappers’ rendezvous took place next to a suite where several Panthers executives were seated.

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The Panthers featured the rapper on the Jumbotron throughout the game, but reportedly did not advertise his presence after the PDA moment took the internet by storm.

The NHL also acknowledged Kapri’s presence on Twitter – but then deleted it when he went viral for all the wrong reasons.

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Kapri made headlines in early 2021 when he was included in former President Donald Trump’s pardon spree during his last days in office.

The rapper was in federal prison for pleading guilty to a firearms possession charge after being detained at the Canadian-American border in March 2020.

The previous year he admitted to lying on federal forms to buy four firearms from a Miami-area gun shop.