The Baton Rouge rapper took to Instagram Live on Thursday (July 20) to put Kodak on blast for working with Tekashi, whose reputation as a snitch has made him a reviled figure in the rap world.
In a disappointed rant, Boosie claimed the Sniper Gang boss 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.”
He added: “N-gga hurt me with that one, fucked me up. Don’t care how much money you give.”
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6ix9ine’s manager, Wack 100, also addressed the collaboration with Kodak Black, stating 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. I let the world know I’m doing business with 6ix9ine, and when I do business with a person, I do business.”
He continued: “He had a request and, you know, I did what I do. What I did to fulfil the request. I made sure both parties were well, well taken care of.”
As of Friday morning (July 21), the song in question has yet to be released. 6ix9ine first teased it on Instagram on Thursday, posting a video and photos of him and Yak shooting the accompanying visuals along with the caption: “TOMORROW @kodakblack YOU GUYS READY?”
Kodak Black previously called out Boosie Badazz for stealing his idea to throw an adult prom.
“Ayo, Boosie. You know you my dirty, ya heard? That ain’t gangsta, homie, if you don’t throw that prom shit with me, homie,” he said in May 2022. “Since you’ve been talking about it, I’ve been letting yo ass now in private, and you ain’t saying nothing ’bout it.
“So this is why I’m doing it on some commercial shit, like all on the gram, on TV right now. This is why I’m putting this thing on TV right now, ’cause you ain’t saying nothing. I’m letting you know now, bruh, that ain’t gangsta … I ain’t saying you ain’t gangsta; I’m saying that ain’t gangsta, fam.”