Kodak Black Compares Himself To Jay-Z
Kodak Black takes a jab at Jay-Z.
Clearly, Kodak Black isn’t a fan of 90’s Hip Hop. Yesterday, via Instagram, Kodak decided to compare the lyrics from his 2016 track “Can I” to Jay-Z’s 1998 song “Money, Cash, Hoes.” It’s no secret that Hov is a Hip Hop connoisseur who has solidified his spot in Hip Hop, but Kodak appears to be far from impressed.
The caption of Kodak’s post read, “Real Shit B Goin On .. None Of Dat Hopscotch Shit.” The “No Flockin” rapper basically suggested that Jay’s lyrics had no substance to them, and his lyrics were much deeper.
Kodak’s post took fans by surprise, and wheeled in more negative energy than positive from those who believed that Kodak was out of line for taking shots at Jay-Z. In the comments, angry fans wrote, “he so outta pocket”, “Sit down Instagram doesn’t even recognize you with a check mark”, “Stay off the drugs fam”, “You ain’t got shit on jay z sit down and fast befor your career goes down the shitter faster”, and “he need to wake up he’s reaching with this comparison.”
To be clear, Jay-Z holds the record for most number one albums by a solo artist on the US Billboard 200 with 14. In 2009, he was ranked the tenth-most successful artist of the 2000s by Billboard. Not to mention, earlier this year, he became the first rapper to be inducted into the Songwriters Hall Of Fame. I’ll just leave that here…
View Kodak’s Instagram post below.