Kodak Black is certainly one of the most controversial rappers in the hip-hop world. Black is also a very outspoken rapper, and he is also known for doing good things occasionally. The rapper, however, seems to detest friendships as he recently addressed fake love and having no friends on his Instagram live.
The rapper spoke quickly and directly about his problems and emotions toward other rappers. He also appeared to have a joint between his fingers as he looked down at the phone camera and casually expressed anger and frustration.
“I got no homeboys, I ain’t got no friends, I don’t need no friends. F**k ya, b***h. All you n***as wanna be like me anyway. All you n***as be fake like you f**k with me, like I’m your dawg. [You] be behind my back, hatin’ on me, want my drip, want my energy. [You] wanna be able to rap like me, wanna be able to stunt like me, wanna be able to act like me, wanna be able to walk or talk like me. Know what I’m saying? Since I was young, since I was a git, since I was a baby. I’ve seen every one of you f**k n***as be around me trying to imitate me and duplicate me. You know what I’m saying? F**k ya, b***h.”
Even though Kodak might feel justified in his frustrations and outrage, a prominent figure in the culture recently praised him highly. Charlamagne Tha God recently referred to Kodak as the “GOAT” and made a comparison to Kendrick Lamar. The host and commentator said, “I look at Kodak Black the same way I look at Kendrick Lamar.”
“I’m not even joking. I feel like they’re both two different levels of prolific. They’re telling similar stories, just from different places. They’re just two different versions of the same kid from the hood.”
The connection between Kendrick and Yak, however, isn’t flimsy given the Florida rapper’s contributions to his album Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers. Keep an eye on Thirsty For News to get more updates.
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