The 20-year-old Floridian — real name Gazzy Garcia — unveiled his handiwork on Friday (March 19) much to the disappointment of the Bill Israel rapper who threatened to block him on social media if he didn’t knock it off.
“What’s up, Lil Pump. I’m mad at you, lil bruh,” Kodak stated in the video clip. “Don’t be doing all that finger nail polish bullshit. Leave that for Lil Yachty. Don’t do that shit, Lil Pump.
“See, when Lil Yachty do his shit, he be like, we don’t know. But when you do that shit, Lil Pump, it’s like you serious. Stop that shit, Lil Pump, or, I’ma block you. I’mma block you over that shit.”
— WORLDSTARHIPHOP (@WORLDSTAR) March 20, 2021
Pump’s latest attempt at holding on to his “Gucci Gang” success drew an onslaught of criticism on social media — not just from Kodak.
After Pump told his 16.4 million Instagram followers, “2021, this is all I’m rockin’. Don’t copy me, please,” it was all over. Comments such as “I’m unfollowing right now” and “Dude doin anything to stay relevant” started pouring in, prompting Kodak to weigh in, too.
Fans accused Pump of attempting a similar stab at relevance when he publicly endorsed Trump prior to the November 2020 election.
Pump showed up to a rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan wearing the infamous red Make America Great Again (MAGA) hat but was improperly introduced as Lil Pimp, which prompted him to turn the viral moment into a single called “Lil Pimp Big MAGA Pimpin” — that most of his fans didn’t wanted to hear.