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6ix9ine Clarifies Kodak Black’s $1 Million Payment Wasn’t From Him



Tekashi 6ix9ine Says He Wasn't The One That Paid Kodak Black $1 Million

Tekashi 6ix9ine Says He Wasn’t The One That Paid Kodak Black $1 Million

Tekashi 6ix9ine says Kodak Black was paid $1 million for their collaboration but that it was not him who paid the Florida spitter.

“There’s a whole company called Fume, right? There’s whole videos, pictures, bank statements…like literally, there’s videos online of this company saying, ‘Listen, this is a collab song for our vapes,’ right?” he said on The True Life podcast.

He continued, “They’re holding a check, taking a picture with him. It’s everywhere, right, and they’re like, ‘Yo, 6ix9ine paid a million dollars for Kodak.’ No, it was their song, right? It was their song, they paid the million dollars.”

Although Shaka Laka racked up a lot of Youtube views, it failed to chart on Billboard. After the single dropped, Boosie Badazz called Kodak out on social media.

“That n#### Yak f##### me up,” Boosie said during an Instagram Live late Thursday night. “I wonder how all those Zoes feel? I know the state of Florida f##### up right now.”

According to Boosie, he once considered Kodak “a street n####” but claims he has “no morals” and “no principles.” “I don’t care how much money you get,” he insisted, adding, “I thought that n##### stood up for the streets.” Furthermore, Boosie regrets working with Kodak in the past, saying, “wish I could take this n#### ass off records.”

He continued, saying Kodak exchanged his “morals” and “principles” for money and in typical Boosie fashion, questioned how far Yak would go to get to the bag.

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