Boosie Badazz, the renowned Baton Rouge rapper, recently expressed his deep frustration regarding Kodak Black's upcoming collaboration with 6ix9ine, a musician whose reputation has been marred by serious allegations of being a "snitch." Taking to Instagram Live on a Thursday (July 20), Boosie didn't hold back as he publicly dressed down Kodak for his decision to work with such a controversial artist.
In a tone tinged with disillusionment, Boosie called into question Kodak's integrity, accusing him of compromising his principles for the sake of a music collaboration. "That n**ga Yak messed me up," he confessed, clearly dismayed. "I wonder how all them Zoes feel, dawg? I know them Zoes messed up right now," he added, addressing the possible reaction from the state of Florida.
Further questioning Kodak's character, Boosie declared, “This n**ga ain’t got no morals, don’t got no principles. Damn. Thought that little n**ga wasn’t like that, bro. N**ga ain’t no street n**ga, at all. Damn. Messed me up.”
Boosie reacts to Kodak Black working with 6ix9ine pic.twitter.com/z0Jkqj7Hn7— SAY CHEESE! 👄🧀 (@SaycheeseDGTL) July 21, 2023
The blow to Kodak's decision was delivered in Boosie's blunt assessment, where he made it clear that money wouldn't sway his opinion. "Don't care how much money you give," he boldly stated.
As expected, the collaboration sparked reactions from various corners, with 6ix9ine's manager, Wack 100, staunchly defending the joint venture. In an Instagram video, he unapologetically pointed out, "You got the 6ix9ine-Kodak joint dropping today. 6ix9ine ain't gon' give a mothaf**kin' explanation, and Yak don't owe a n**ga an explanation. I let the world know I'm doing business with 6ix9ine, and when I do business with a person, I do business."
As of Friday morning (July 21), the song had not been released yet, but the anticipation was palpable after 6ix9ine teased it on Instagram, accompanied by behind-the-scenes photos of him and Kodak during what appeared to be a music video shoot.