On Thursday (July 27), the Sniper Gang boss reposted a video on his Instagram Stories of content creator @ymbg.ray questioning Boosie’s behavior given his age. Kodak Black stitched in a scathing reply that read: “Poosie a [clown emoji].”
Later that night, the 40-year-old rapper took to Twitter and issued a harsh reply of his own, implying that Kodak put his morals to the side for money when appearing on 6ix9ine’s new song “Shaka Laka.”
“SOLD U SOUL FA A MILLION!!” he wrote. “I KNOW U A TAKE A DICK for 20 MILLION SMH U BEEN WEIRD!! U AINT NEVER BEEN NO STREET N-GGA U A CAPPER RAPPER LOL NICKELODEON ASS N-GGA LOL N-GGA SHOULDA STUCK THEY FINGER N YO ASSHOLE #KODAKTHESTALLION.”
In his tweet, Boosie attached a video which showed the “Super Gremlin” rapper flashing the crowd by pulling down his pants in the club.
Check out the back-and-forth below:
SOLD U SOUL FA A MILLION ‼️I KNOW U A TAKE A DICK for 20 MILLION SMH U BEEN WEIRD‼️U AINT NEVER BEEN NO STREET NIGGA U A CAPPER RAPPER LOL NICKELODEON ASS NIGGA LOL NIGGA SHOULDA STUCK THEY FINGER N YO ASSHOLE #KODAKTHESTALLIONpic.twitter.com/ruaLKlZUnp
— Boosie BadAzz (@BOOSIEOFFICIAL) July 28, 2023
In a disappointed rant on Instagram Live, Boosie claimed that the Florida native has “no morals or principles” and stated he “ain’t no street n-gga” as a result of the collaboration.
“That n-gga Yak fucked me up,” he said. “I wonder how all them Zoes feel, dawg? I know them Zoes fucked up right now. I know the state of Florida fucked up right now.
“This n-gga ain’t got no morals, don’t got no principles. Damn. Thought that little n-gga wasn’t like that, bro. N-gga ain’t no street n-gga, at all. Damn. Fucked me up. N-gga hurt me with that one, fucked me up. Don’t care how much money you give.”
6ix9ine’s manager, Wack 100, also addressed the collaboration with Kodak Black, claiming neither artist owes an explanation for working together.
“Ayo, listen. I see the cat is out the bag,” he said in an Instagram video. “You got the 6ix9ine-Kodak joint dropping today. 6ix9ine ain’t gon’ give a muthafuckin’ explanation and Yak don’t owe a n-gga an explanation.”
He continued: “He had a request and, you know, I did what I do. What I did to fulfill the request. I made sure both parties were well, well taken care of.”
A few days later, Wack stopped by No Jumper and revealed what Kodak Black said to him in response to Boosie Badazz’s comments.
“The shit Kodak was telling me was real. He said some real shit,” he said. “He said, ‘Shit, Wack. I’ve done been to jail. Shit, I was in jail. This n-gga went to jail and in the first 24 hours, he had his Rolls-Royce truck up for sale.’”
“He said, ‘Maybe that n-gga need to go do a verse!’ That’s what Yak said. He said, ‘Maybe he need to go do a verse with somebody.’”
After clarifying that he personally has love for Boosie, Wack added: “I hope Boosie call me. Call me, Boosie because I really want to talk to you. To say Yak ain’t who he is because he did some business is crazy.”