Kodak Black and Lil Wayne

Kodak Black Disses Lil Wayne: 'You Should've Died'

  /  03.04.2019

Kodak Black is taking aim at Lil Wayne…again.

While on stage at Miami’s LIV nightclub, which Wayne frequently visits, the “ZEZE” rapper told the DJ to turn off the music before taking a shot at the Young Money boss. “Where Lil Wayne at? … You fuckin’ maggot,” he told the crowd. “You should’ve died when you was a baby.”

It’s unclear what prompted the diss, but this is not the first time Kodak has attacked Wayne. In a video from January 2017, Kodak can be heard saying “Lil Wayne can eat my ass.” Prior to that in December 2016, he also tweeted about Weezy. “Lil Wayne Ain’t The Best Fucking Rapper Alive,” he tweeted. “IAM.”

The rappers seemingly made up and went on to collaborate on “Codeine Dreaming” off Kodak’s 2018 album Heart Break Kodak.

After the LIV video surfaced, Lil Wayne’s daughter, Reginae Carter, came to her father’s defense. “You new lil rappers need to start giving props and respect to the Goat. My father don’t bother nobody,” wrote Reginae. “He won’t even react to what was said . This man be in his own world so leave him tf alone.”

She continued to address Kodak’s comments. “You pick the night he didn’t go to LIV to say that . You bold . Lol . #ihatethesenewlilniggas #norespectatall Don’t tell me to stay out of it because that’s my father and you mfs don’t give him his credit and it’s a shame . This nigga whole album sound like my daddy old shit . Gtfoh .”

Kodak fired back at Reginae on Instagram Live, referring to her as Wayne’s “little bald-headed daughter.” “Nobody ain’t say nothing to that little girl,” he added. “First of all, nobody ain’t say nothing about your daddy, so don’t be coming at me like that. I ain’t no shawty, I ain’t no peon.”


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