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Kodak Black learned the hard way that he
should respect the OGs in hip hop.
Yesterday, the “Tunnel Vision” rapper posted a
meme on Instagram where he compared some
JAY-Z lyrics from back in the 90s to some of
his own recent lyrics. What he was insinuating
is that he is a better rapper than Hov where he
basically said all Jay raps about in the 1990s
was “Money, cash, hoes.” That line was taken
from a chorus off his 1998 classic album Vol 2
… Hard Knock Life.
In contrast, Kodak shared some of the lyrics
from his single “Can I” where he raps about
balling stunting and wanting to live long
enough to raise his son. “Can I ball? Can I
chill? / Can I stunt? / Would I live long enough
to raise my son? / Made something out of
nothin’ / And nothin’ what I’m from / Can your
boy do something productive for once?” Kodak
Black raps. Though he only shared the chorus
from JAY-Z’s song, there is a lot more to the
song than just that.

Here is what Hov said, “Flavors robust
platinum and gold touch / Y’all rap now, fast
money lets slow it up / Ni**az try to stop Jay-Z
to no luck / Roc-A-Fella forever CEO what
what / Us the villains, f**k your feelings.” If
you step back and take a look at the project
that Kodak Black released the single on, Lil
B.I.G. Pac , it is full of nostalgic imagery.
Hip hop fans ceased on the moment to remind
him that he cannot be compared to a rap titan
like JAY-Z who just released possibly the best
rap album of the year, 4:44 . “This is f**kin
retarded he just compared his self to j z … first
of all let’s start with future ,and yo gave the
worst example of a 90 s song tf,” one fan
wrote in the comment while another added,
“What gives you the confidence or assurance
enough to post things like this?”


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