Kodak Black Accuses Megan Thee Stallion of Stealing His Style without Credit


Kodak Black Accuses Megan Thee Stallion of Stealing His Style without Credit

Kodak Accuses Megan Thee Stallion of Stealing His Style without Credit

Kodak Black is coming for Megan Thee Stallion once more.


Roughly a year prior, Kodak Black said that Megan The Stallion took his expression “drive the boat” without due credit. “I truly wanna turn sour on lil one, yet I’m keeping this s**t pretty,” Kodak posted in an Instagram post before bringing it down later. It was a response to a clasp from Keke Palmer’s ABC’s daytime syndicated program, Strahan, Sara, and Keke where she requests her co-hosts and Megan about the starting points from the expression.

Presently a year later, Kodak is again going after Megan who is new off some large GRAMMY wins on Sunday, including one for “best new artist.” Sounding disappointed that he still not getting the due credit, the Florida rapper took to Twitter to shoot some circuitous shots at the humming rapper for not recognizing that it was him who authored the mainstream expression.

“‘You Know What, Ima Pull On Jit Wit Bout 200 Bands Or Sumn Since I Raned Off Wit Da Man Quote Got Rich Off It and Ain’t Mention Em Nan Time,'” composed Kodak , apparently recommending that Megan ought to have referenced him during her GRAMMY discourse.

He says although Megan doesn’t have to go out of her way to give him credit, she could’ve at least mentioned him when she had the opportunity. “Baby ain’t have to go out her way to give my credit but the opportunity came to her instead when they asked that question on tv smh and they be on some Black Lives Matter shit y’all don’t even be fa this sh*t fr..”

“Or You Know What Ima Just Let Him Drive My Boat & Call It Even,” he further added.

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Kodak is demanding a $200,000 bag for supposedly boosting Megan’s career. Megan is yet to react to Kodak’s tweets.

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