Boosie claimed Kodak got his name from him, as he released his new album "Goin Thru Some Thangs," it included the track “Ungrateful,” which is aimed squarely at Kodak.
Boosie says Kodak’s “street cred is gone” and he's faking his what he raps about. Most of this stems from Kodak's alliance with Tekashi 6ix9ine on the single “Shaka Laka.” The music video racked up over 27 million views, and Boosie spoke out on his disappointment over Black working with Tekashi.
“That n-gga Yak fucked me up,” Boosie said. “I wonder how all them Zoes feel, dawg? I know them Zoes fucked up right now. I know the state of Florida fucked up right now. This n-gga ain’t got no morals, don’t got no principles. Damn. Thought that little n-gga wasn’t like that, bro. N-gga ain’t no street n-gga, at all. Damn. Fucked me up. N-gga hurt me with that one, fucked me up. Don’t care how much money you give.”
Kodak called Boosie a “clown,” and that prompted,
“SOLD U SOUL FA A MILLION!!” he wrote. “I KNOW U A TAKE A DICK for 20 MILLION SMH U BEEN WEIRD!! U AINT NEVER BEEN NO STREET N-GGA U A CAPPER RAPPER LOL NICKELODEON ASS N-GGA LOL N-GGA SHOULDA STUCK THEY FINGER N YO ASSHOLE #KODAKTHESTALLION.”
Wack 100 would later reveal that Kodak Black received “a whole lot of money” for the collab.