Kodak Black is fresh out of the pen and hot into what could be developing into a fresh rap rivalry with Capital Records signee Lil Yachty and the happy-go-lucky “Broccoli” rapper Big Baby D.R.A.M.
And after a video he posted directed at the two collaborators, beef and broccoli is no longer just a stir-fry dish.
In the video, the Project Baby is jamming to “Broccoli” but suddenly stops when he hears a line from the song likening the green vegetable to marijuana — a comparison he used in his “No Flockin” breakout track.
“Man, what the f**k?” he yells out upon hearing the line. “Who these n****s is jocking my little swag?” Referencing the “rolling up my broccoli” line, he then surrenders the rap bar to Yachty and D.R.A.M. “Man, you know what? I don’t smoke broccoli no more. I smoke cantaloupe since these square a** n****s trying to steal my little swag.”
It didn’t take long for Lil Yachty’s notifications to fill up with tags on the video from fans and he posted a video to his Instagram where he actually pays credit to Kodak for the song.
“First off, any time before I perform the song ‘Broccoli,’ I say, ‘Shout out to that n***a Kodak,” Lil Boat says, quoting Kodak’s line from the “No Flockin” single. “N***a I give all my credit. Second, I don’t even smoke broccoli. I don’t give a f**k about weed. That’s just how it is. I ain’t never been no square a** n***a.”
While D.R.A.M. has yet to respond, it seems Yachty, who is only featured on the song, still isn’t here for the plagiarism accusations either way.
Check out the videos of the two rappers "Broccoli" beef below.
(Photo: David Cabrer/Atlantic Records)