Kodak Black’s behaviour during his December 3rd sit down with Zias and B. Lou for their YouTube reaction channel has some fans seriously concerned. The plan was to have the 24-year-old help annotate last month’s single, “Super Gremlin,” but the “Roll In Peace” artist’s odd energy clearly threw the hosts off on more than one occasion.

Near the start of the clip, Kodak says that he’s “tied,” and Zias and B. Lou assume he means “tired.” The Pompano Beach-born star then explains that actually he is “like tired, like he dead. They dead like flies. Flies everywhere when you dead.” Several seconds of awkward silence follow, with both YouTubers unsure of how to proceed.

As one of the hosts acknowledged how excited they were to have the opportunity to chat with him, Kodak felt distant, oddly starring off into the distance, hardly seeming phased by the praise. Several other moments see him eerily gazing into the camera with a dead look in his eyes, but at times, he does “come alive” to dance and joke around with Z and B.

Now that the video has been out for a few days, fans have had time to share their thoughts. Many people noticed Kodak’s odd behaviour, and spoke about it candidly on their profiles. “Kodak Black looking like he just went through some CIA sleep deprivation torture,” one person observed. “What’s going on with Kodak Black?” another asked. “Man is on another plane of existence here. Hope he has some good people around him. This shit is sad.”

Late on December 4th, the Painting Pictures hitmaker addressed the controversy, assuring followers that he’s sober. “Lol I B Fakin Like I’m Sleepy,” he wrote. “Ion B High Guys I Get Drug Tested Consistently.”

Check out the full Zias and B. Lou video with Kodak Black below.