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Kodak Black Fires Shots at Boosie Badazz in New Freestyle



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Kodak Black has unleashed a new freestyle titled “11AM in Malibu,” featuring scathing lyrics aimed directly at Boosie Badazz following their public exchange of words last year. Over Drake’s “8AM in Charlotte” beat, Kodak addresses the friction between them.

In the track, he raps about being perceived as a threat, emphasizing his longevity and the fear he instills in others. Kodak dismisses the ongoing issues and expresses his focus on financial success. The lyrics then take a direct shot at Boosie, questioning his identity and influence.

The feud between the two Southern rap stars began when Boosie criticized Kodak for collaborating with 6ix9ine on the song “Shaka Laka.” Boosie expressed disappointment in Kodak’s perceived lack of morals and principles, stating that he thought the younger rapper was different.

In response, Wack 100, 6ix9ine’s manager, recounted Kodak’s reaction, highlighting the mockery aimed at Boosie for selling his Rolls-Royce truck after being arrested and suggesting he collaborate with someone else.

Kodak Black further escalates the conflict in his freestyle, referencing personal and street-related matters. He questions Boosie’s authenticity and criticizes the rapper’s street credibility, asserting that Boosie doesn’t live the life he raps about.

The track touches on Boosie’s history and accuses him of not adhering to street principles. Kodak asserts that Boosie’s “street cred” is gone, placing blame on the older rapper. The lyrics allude to information allegedly obtained from Boosie’s codefendant.

Kodak Black’s “11AM in Malibu” arrives amidst his ongoing legal challenges, following his December arrest on charges of possession of oxycodone, tampering with evidence, and improper parking. The freestyle adds another layer to the ongoing feud between the two artists.

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