Uh-Oh: Kodak Black's Affiliate Went Off On Cardi B

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Uh-Oh: Kodak Black's Affiliate Went Off On Cardi B

"If anything, you should suck a n***a d**k..."

Published October 25, 2017

Cardi B and her “Bodak Yellow” summer smash hit made her hip-hop’s hot topic of 2017 with practically all of the industry in her corner cheering her to the next level — with the exception of one person.

Well, make that two now that Kodak Black affiliate and Florida rapper Jackboy is spontaneously targeting Cardi for what he deems a bite from The Project Baby’s flow.

Beneath a picture of the “Bodak Yellow” femcee, Jackboy penned a brief but blistering message to her in the name of Kodak and the entire Florida rap society.

“@iamcardib You Blowed Off Of Stealing My N***a Flow,” he wrote. “If Anything You Should Suck A N***a D**k From Sg, Broward Or Florida Its Only Right.”

Jackboy made sure to stamp his seal of approval afterward, so an Instagram account hack seems unlikely. Kodak, on the other hand, doesn’t seem to share the same sentiments considering that he threw bars on a “Bodak Yellow” remix himself. Jackboy apparently missed Cardi’s recent memo for the naysayers who griped with her over “biting” Kodak’s “No Flockin’” flow for her breakout single success as well.

“So what, b***h? I’m gonna sound like all your favorite rappers,” Cardi addressed. “I’m gonna take all their flows, and I’m gonna body a b***h. One day I’m gonna sound like Kodak, the next day I’m gonna sound like Meek Mill, the next day I’m gonna sound like Migos — I don’t give a f**k because, at the end of the day, b***h, I give it up with that pen.”

Despite Jackboy’s grudge being a tad bit overdue, don’t let the Bardi Gang (or Offset) see this one.

Read what he had to say about Cardi and her claim to fame below.  

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Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photos: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

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