Baller Alert, baller Alert, Baller Alert! Welcome to another episode of the Baller Alert Show, available everywhere you get your podcast. On this episode, the cast is joined by Kodie Shane, who talked about stepping back from fame, being the first openly queer rapper and her relationship with Lil Yachty.
Chrisean Rock gave birth to her baby Chrisean Jr. According to OCT, Blue Face threatened to fight for custody of the baby after Chrisean posted the baby being held by other family members.
Kodie shared that Blueface needs to “drop his nuts” and stop acting like a “baby momma.”
Diddy is returning publishing rights back to his artists.
“Is there any publishing left?” asked Ferrari.
“My only question would be, why are you doing with the people you have now?” asked Kodie.
“I don’t blame artists for making these bad contracts because people are struggling,” said BT.
“It just sounds like Puff is a great businessman, said BT.
Deion Sanders is now ranked the 22 in the country with Colorado.
“Shout out to Deion for winning with those young men,” said Ferrari.
Ferrari predicted that Deion Sanders will be going to Florida State as a head coach if he has a good season with Colorado.
Love Vs. Money
On this episode of Love Vs. Money, the cast discussed Drew Sidora and Ralph Pittman.
“Business!” said Bt.
I’m thinking business said Ferrari.
“Where is Kodie Shane from?” asked Ferrari.
“Kodie Shane was born in Atlanta and raised in Chicago. I feel like I have a great mix of both cities. I love both dearly,” said Kodie.
What was your claim to fame? asked OCT.
“For me and my career when I first came out, Sad and Drip In My Walk. But for me I’m still like one record away. For three to four years, I was the only girl on the rolling loud set,” said Kodie.
Kodie shared that at the age of 16, she signed to Epic Records under L.A Reid.
“I believe linking with Yachty was something that helped me be more digestible. It helped me fit in,” said Kodie Shane.
“What happened when your deal was up with Epic?” asked Ferrari.
“Um, that was the craziest time in my life, not only because we cut ties. It was great,” said Kodie.
Kodie shared that the producer who helped her put together her first track and who made all of her beats passed away.
“What are some mistakes that you’ve made early on in your career?” asked BT.
“I think not being present in every moment. I was just floating and moving. I wasn’t totally being present and nurturing the relationships I was building,” said Kodie “Other than that, I’m a firm believer that everything should happen as it should.”
“What are you working on now?” asked OCT.
“I just dropped a new EP. It’s like the end of summer, house vibes. I’ve been passionate about wanting to make people dance and have a good time,” said Kodie.
Dear Baller Alert,
I’m feeling a way about my most recent date. Great man. He’s handsome and attentive. It’s just he picked me up, and the top was off his car because his AC was not working. I’m sweating bullets when we arrived for dinner. now I have an attitude for the whole night because I was hot and my eyelashes were shot. Should I hold this against him?
“Hell no,” said BT.
“Stop expecting things,” said Kodie
“Big dawg, you could’ve at least got an Uber,” said Ferrari.
“He could’ve warned her,” said Kodie.