I don’t care what you say that’s still my godson, that’s still my godson, but a son gotta beat his daddy that’s all.”
Soon enough, Kodak was inviting Jackboy to “Pull up” so they could fight, but Jackboy told him to get rid of his bodyguards first. When I went to jail I made millions. I still love you I got all types of love for you. “I don’t wanna kill you. I had your password? On the Live, Kodak Black accused his former protege of hacking his Instagram account and sharing negative posts about him while he was incarcerated. The two rappers continued to hurl accusations at each other, with Kodak finding it hard to get a word in. While Jackboy made clear he still has love for Kodak, the rapper also shared he has no problem fighting or beating him. How you made me? “You can lead the horse to the water, but you can’t force the horse to drink….what type a ni**a wanna be signed to you? B*tch you was the problem.”
Jackboy was not only a signee to Kodak Black’s Sniper Gang Label but was also his popular best friend. You lame.”
The former Sniper Gang member added, “You talking bout you made me. While many fans are disappointed in the friends turns foes for their latest showdown, they are hoping that reconciliation will come sometime soon. How tf you made me? “I made you,” Kodak declared. Jackboy denied the accusations, probing him to answer the question of whether or not Kodak’s password was even accessible to him. Kodak Black and Jackboy have not been seeing eye to eye for the past few months, but who would have thought the former friends would get to this deep stage of animosity. Of course, this did not sit well with Kodak, whose parents are Haitians, and he took to Instagram to make clear that he is Haitian and not a lesser one than anyone who was born there. “I had your password? “You signed me for one album Kodak,” Jackboy responded. Yes or No?” Jackboy pressed. Jackboy pinned the comment and began to address it. While the feud had grown quiet for a while, things appear to have reignited two days ago when Jackboy declared himself the biggest rapper from Haiti, adding that Kodak would not be up for that position because he was not born on the Caribbean island. View this post on Instagram
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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) Fans are surprised things escalated this quickly. I got 600k followers with 10 bands to my name. Soon enough, Jackboy ended the joint IG Livestream and was left spewing words on his own, but not long after, Kodak took to the comments to air out all that was left to say. Bro when I got outta jail I had $10,000 to my name. As if hurling insults subtly on social media for months was just not enough, the two rappers link up on Instagram Live in an explosive showdown on Friday (August 27) that has since gone viral. Cause you tagged me on Instagram? How?