In a recent social media exchange, rapper Kodak Black and singer Ray J engaged in a heated exchange, with Kodak Black vehemently refuting Ray J’s claims that he had a tumultuous visit to former President Donald Trump’s residence. The argument unfolded on Instagram in response to a video of Kodak Black’s somewhat erratic appearance on the Drink Champs interview.
Ray J expressed concern for Kodak’s well-being, stating, “Yo somebody need to grab bro and make sure he good. This ain’t the interview Nore. We gotta help this dude. I took him to Trump’s house, and he did the most. They were not happy with the experience because he had no guidance and respect. Yo @wack100 let’s figure out how we can help this guy instead of watching him self-destruct.”
Kodak Black responded with a profanity-laden rant on Instagram Live, where he not only threatened Ray J but also strongly disputed his account of the Trump visit. In his tirade, Kodak Black referred to Ray J as a “bitch” and a “pussy” and dismissed the idea that he needed help, vowing to confront him physically.
Kodak Black also criticized Ray J for seeking attention and suggested that instead of going viral, they could have communicated privately. He further dismissed Ray J’s assertion that he had anything to do with the Trump visit, emphasizing that Ray J didn’t play a role in his release from prison.
Additionally, it seems that Kodak Black’s recent appearance on the Drink Champs interview has stirred some controversies within the music industry. Rapper 21 Savage expressed his dissatisfaction with Kodak’s remarks, where he alleged that 21 Savage changed after collaborating with Drake on their joint album, “Her Loss.” Kodak suggested that Drake had influenced 21 Savage negatively.
21 Savage responded by sharing a series of “cap” emojis on Twitter, dismissing Kodak’s claims. He also addressed the issue on Instagram Live, implying that Kodak Black was being envious and overly vocal about their relationship. 21 Savage emphasized that he had every right to feel confident in his abilities and that musical collaborations were unrelated to their personal interactions.
In conclusion, a social media feud between Kodak Black and Ray J escalated with strong language and threats, sparked by a dispute over Kodak’s visit to Trump’s residence. Furthermore, Kodak Black’s comments about 21 Savage’s collaboration with Drake led to another online disagreement, which 21 Savage characterized as unnecessary and unfounded.