Kodak Black Calls Boosie Badazz A “Clown” Amid Beef

Kodak Black Calls Boosie Badazz A “Clown” Amid Beef

There have been quite a few consequences stemming from Kodak Black’s new collaboration with 6ix9ine have been pretty major.

The track is called “Shaka Laka” and dropped last week. It got a LOT of people talking as soon as it dropped for a myriad of reasons.

On 6ix9ine’s side of things, he once again called out what he thinks is industry blackballing.

He shared an Instagram post with fans showing the music video for his new song had the same amount of views as Travis Scott’s new track.

Travis Scott’s song “K-Pop” was a collaboration with two of the biggest names in all of music The Weeknd and Bad Bunny.

The disparity in views surprised a lot of fans given how many more streams Scott’s song was generating on Spotify.

For Kodak Black the controversy mostly came from other rappers.

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Many took the opportunity to criticize Kodak for working with someone that’s been labeled a snitch.

Nobody’s criticism was louder than Boosie Badazz, who isn’t shy about commenting on any rap-related issues.

Boosie posted a rant to his Instagram expressing his disapproval. “D**n.Thought that little ni**a wasn’t like that, bro. Ni**a ain’t no street ni**a, at all. D**n. F**ked me up” he said. He went on to say that Kodak has “no morals” and “no principles.”

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