Kodak Black Says J. Cole Gives Him Great Advice And He Wanted To See Him Win - WhatsOnRap

Kodak Black Speaks On J. Cole Mentioning Him On “Middle Child”

Kodak Black is all about learning new things, and he's revealed that J.Cole is one of the people that provides him fantastic advice when he needs it.

According to HipHopDX on Sunday (November 20) at the American Music Awards, the famous rapper commented on the lyrics from the Dreamville MC's 2019 smash "Middle Child," and said that he loves speaking with Cole because of his authenticity.

“J. Cole, I rock with him tough,” Kodak Black said. “He gives me great advice, and he wanna see me win.” He explaining. “Some people will try to hold information back, he gives it to me raw and stuff like that.”

Kodak Black's statements were in reaction to J. Cole's line on "Middle Child," in which he shares his opinion that Yak needs "more supervision," while also discussing his ties with other generational Hip Hop artists such as JAY-Z and 21 Savage.

“I’m dead in the middle of two generations/ I’m little bro and big bro all at once/ Just left the lab with young 21 Savage/ I’m ’bout to go and meet Jigga for lunch/ Had a long talk with the young n-gga Kodak/ Reminded me of young n-ggas from ‘Ville/ Straight out the projects, no fakin’, just honest/ I wish that he had more guidance, for real,” Cole raps.

On November 20, the Florida native went off about his AMAs rejection, stating how unlikely the defeat was after leading the way for months. "My Shit Had Been In The Lead For About 2 Months, Then They Gave My Shit Away TODAY!" SMH I JUST KNEW I WON," Kodak said on Instagram.

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