Kodak Black is definitely one of the most controversial rappers in the hip-hop world. The Super Gremlin is also a very outspoken rapper, and he is also known to do good things from time to time. He also wanted Drake to mentor him for some reason.

Black has been known to ruffle feathers by flushing loads of money down the toilet, literally. His mouth has also found him in trouble in the past. That is not the end of it either.

Despite all of his controversy, he is still a rapper at the end of the day. Earlier this year, Kodak’s “Super Gremlin” single made its way into the Top 10 of the coveted Billboard 100 charts. Not only that, but it also reached a superstar milestone as well.

While speaking to HipHopDX, Dreezy talked about her collaboration with Kodak Black in a Donald Trump diss track called ‘Spar.’ She gave huge props to Black for being a poet when it comes to writing songs.

“I was super surprised. I was happy that we even had Black men talking about real issues that’s going on in the world and with the presidency and stuff like that. But for Kodak to be so articulate and specific with what he was talking about, it’s like he had something on his chest. I love that. That means he’s a real poet and he’s smart.”

A lot of people be trying to play him but we not just artists, we not just rappers. Kodak is a good example of what’s going on right now. This a controversial song, but both of those guys on it, and then me being a female, we have three different point of views. We all have different crowds to speak to, so it was just a dope little collab.”

Kodak Black is certainly a very controversial rapper but there is no denying how successful he has become as of late. That is what matters to him in the end now.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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