Kodak Black has always been one to speak his mind. It seems like every week we get new videos of him ranting on social media and they never disappoint. This time around he’s taking shots at some of his XXL Freshman Class buddies, and they probably won’t be too happy about it. At the 2016 XXL‘s Freshman Cypher, Kodak mentioned that he thought they should all spit freestyles for their performances. Lil Yachty rapped a written and throughout the video you could see Kodak giving him a death stare the whole time he rapped. Maybe this has something to do with that?
A new video on Kodak’s Instagram is giving fans a lot to think about. Kodak has been one of the biggest rising talents in the game over the past few years and some of his fellow up-and-comers are apparently getting on his nerves.
We’ve seen Kodak get angry at Lil Yachty before, but this time around things are a little bit different. Kodak famously gave Lil Yachty an incredibly impressive death stare while Lil Boat was supposed to be freestyling off the top of his head and instead he kicked a written rap. That was the tiny spark that started this wildfire.
Kodak says that he’s only been focusing on his own music recently. He’s got some ideas for his new albums in the future and that’s been the main focus of his brainpower.
He goes into a rant where he talks about his obsession with the streets and he shares how he really feels about Lil Uzi Vert and Lil Yachty’s music.
Yacthy has been on the rise for a while now. The 23-year-old rapper from Georgia has been pumping out radio hits left and right and shows no signs of slowing down. Maybe he wants to get rid of his competition?
“Listen, these fake rappers. Hey listen here man… Listen. I got some more albums coming out. I am not like these other n***as, I don’t even listen to Uzi, these n***as d**k in the booty, they confusing the community… I don’t even listen to Yachty, he don’t even be dropping no knowledge,” he said.
It’s not very surprising considering that Kodak never seems to give anyone else props. Seriously, he’s never given any compliments towards the other rappers, even ones that he’s collaborated with over the years. He’s always had a “me first” attitude.