Kodak Black says he is not being petty or dissing Lil Baby, he just wants his respect.
Kodak Black has long been known to influence the rap game. While he might not always get the credit he deserves, like for popularizing the term “broccoli” when pertaining to weed, or being among the primary to use the acronym for “WAP”, Kodak knows that he’s the actor during a lot of those trends.
“I was just taking note of my boy Lil Baby’s song. He was on my dawg Lil Durk’s song. He said, ‘Posting money on the ‘Gram, I invented that’ or some crazy sh*t like that,” said Yak. “Stop playing, Lil Baby. This was in 2016. Spread game too nasty.”
In the video, Kodak shows a video of him spreading out hundred-dollar bills on his arms and legs five years ago. The trend has started learning in recent weeks and while Kodak claims he is not being petty or dissing Lil Baby, he says he just wants his credit.
“This just a matter of fact! I ain’t dissing nobody, ion even know y’all,” he wrote. “I’m just saying and this to not say the respect level ain’t on either side, but you recognize …”
He clarified that he has no animosity with Baby, saying, “Before y’all think a n***a being petty, i do not provides a f*ck about none of this sh*t, man,” he said. “I ain’t married to none of those anthems.
This sh*t ain’t about nothing. I’m really just putting this sh*t out there. Y’all let me have my sh*t, man. Y’all know y’all f*cked up about me. Y’all know I’m an enormous influence to you n***as. Y’all like putting the respect on my sh*t.”
Do you think Kodak Black deserves credit for spreading his money on the ‘Gram?