During a wide-ranging interview on the latest episode of Drink Champs, the Florida rapper was asked to choose between UGK and OutKast, at which point he told everyone in attendance to “exclude” Big Boi.
“Exclude him,” he said. “That fuck n-gga tried to get me kicked off the label. He tried to get me kicked off Atlantic — him and T.I. Bitch-ass.”
He added: “I ain’t gon’ lie, when I was a young n-gga right, I used to always say like how T.I. looked on the ATL movie and shit, I used to always say Big Boi look like T.I. Like, a little bit of T.I., then you get the C-Murder, and shit.”
Yak then spit a freestyle that mentioned the alleged attempted ousting by the legends.
Check out his comments below at the 28:16 mark:
Prior to the interview airing, a minute-long teaser was shared earlier in the week, which was enough to worry fans about his condition during his interview.
In the clip, Kodak Black spoke about his admiration for Donald Trump. Aside from his unwavering support for the businessman-turned-politician, viewers almost immediately began commenting on his body language and how it seemed visibly off.
“He needs help NOW!!!!!!! Omg this just broke my heart! How on earth can people be around him and watch him fall apart like this and not have him in rehab or something,” one person wrote, while another added: “He look so unhealthy.”
Some were disappointed at N.O.R.E and co. for even having him on the show given his seemingly deteriorating state.
“Shouldn’t drop this video… what happened to uplifting the legends? This ain’t it,” one Instagram user commented, while another emphasized that further by saying it was “a new low” for the platform.
Two months back, Kodak raised similar concerns when he fell asleep during an Instagram Live stream. In viral footage of the moment from mid-August, Yak was seen recording himself when he nodded off for a few moments with a cup in his hand.
Some felt he was simply tired and could’ve used some sleep while others believed a bigger issue was at play and that he needed professional help. These apprehensions were most likely valid considering the 26-year-old was seen being wheeled into a Broward County hospital earlier that month.