Ever since Kodak Black commented “Both Of Y’all a Get It” under a picture of Young M.A and Nicki Minaj, the Florida-bred rapper hasn’t let up on his sexual desire for M.A., who is openly lesbian. In fact, in his new single, “Pimpin’ Ain’t Eazy,” Kodak unleashed a homophobic verse that led fans to believe he was, once again, shooting his shot at the Brooklyn-bred rap star.
“I swapped out the spice for the bud…F****n’ on a dyke; I’m in love. I’m f****n’ on a dyke, she the one,” he rapped, as fans encouraged M.A. to respond.
Eventually, the female rapper took to Instagram, where she spoke candidly about the whole situation. “And y’all keep talking about this Kodak situation. Y’all n**gas is weird, bro. And it be n**gas on that sh*t. What’s wrong with y’all? Is y’all n****s alright? Come on, bro. Like obviously the n**ga’s weird…” adding that she would deal with the situation in person.
As she continued, M.A. did explain that her frustration was mostly geared towards his followers and not necessarily him.
“They always take sh*t out of proportion. They always try to take sh*t and make it something that it ain’t. In the live video… I’m literally talking about the people in the comments… and I’m like ‘Why y’all still on that? Get off that situation. Y’all d*ckeating.’ I know I’m a female stupid… but at the end of the day, that’s not my preference… that’s why I said y’all weird.”
Despite M.A’s frustration, Black continued to address the situation and explained his confusion. “I do more good than I do bad and more people love me than hate me… I’m talking ’bout, how you a girl but don’t want your p***y penetrated?”⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
However, he did make it clear that there is no actual beef between the two rappers saying, “That’s my Dawg Bae. Ain’t no smoke we vibing. We straight that’s my dawg… they the homie… we vibing and stuff.”
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