Southside calls Kodak Black 'b***h' and wants to fight him, Internet says he's 'barking up the wrong tree'

'Southside we was with you for snapping on Uzi for trying Yung Miami BUT mentioning Kodak? You barking up the wrong tree,' one user said


                            Southside calls Kodak Black 'b***h' and wants to fight him, Internet says he's 'barking up the wrong tree'
Southside wants to fight Kodak Black (Getty Images)

Right when fans thought that things had settled between Kodak Black and Southside, things changed once again. On Sunday, April 4, Southside took to his Instagram Story to take shots at Kodak. "Yak, you still a b***h," the talented producer said on social media. "We can bump, too," he continued. "I'll be back in Miami in a week. Pull up wherever we can bump. Don't bring no security." His energy was fierce. 

Although it is still not clear how this beef was reignited, we do know Kodak and Southside have been beefing over Yung Miami for a minute. Kodak was in a relationship with City Girls rapper Yung Miami, however, when he went to jail in 2019, she and Southside conceived a child.

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Kodak's relationship with the female rapper started when they got romantically linked for a short period of time while filming a music video together and even prompting engagement rumors when Kodak got down on one knee with a candy ring. Days after the spectacle though, it was revealed that Miami was actually with Southside. Kodak dissed Yung Miami in a freestyle rapping, "I bought Yung Miami a ring, she wanted 808 baby/When I see her I'ma hit that b***h in her stomach/The way I keep my s**t too real, they say I'm f*****g up my money." Kodak apologized after this went viral. Southside responded on Instagram, saying, "Hey, somebody tell Kodak suck a d**k. How 'bout that? Get out of jail first, p***y." 

After some time it appeared that things had gotten smooth between the two when in a social media post, Southside agreed that the 'Pompano Beach' rapper should be released from jail. Responding to a fan who attempted to get under the producer's skin by blurting out "Free Kodak," Southside actually issued the same sentiment. "Free dat boi," he replied with some crying emojis. When another commenter accused the 808 Mafia boss of trolling, he explained that he wasn't. "Not at all I don’t wish jail on a soul," he said.

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(Instagram)

But now, once again it seems like things have started heating up between the two. As soon as Southside's latest diss came to light, people started talking about it. One user asked, "Southside gotta album droppin soon? Talkin all that shit to uzi n kodak for what?" While another one wrote, "Kodak when Southside started saying fuckery to him online:"



 



 

Another one posted a funny gif and said, "Kodak when Southside started beefin' with him But won't challenge him to a Fist fight." One wrote: "Southside we was with you for snapping on Uzi for trying Yung Miami BUT mentioning Kodak? You barking up the wrong tree." Another one said, "Im telling you bruhhh....Southside don’t want that smoke! Kodak is more than secure down here. Very bad idea coming down here with that BS! Go home bruh!"



 



 

 



 



 

Southside was arrested in Miami on March 14, 2021, for carrying a concealed firearm and knowingly driving with a suspended license. He was booked into Miami-Dade Corrections, posted a $5,500 bond and got released. Since then, he’s been beefing with Lil Uzi Vert over the way he was speaking to Yung Miami in an Instagram Live last week. Southside later said that he saved Uzi from being robbed by Offset, and once had the opportunity to “slap the dog s**t” out of him at a recent party.

Before Uzi, Southside got into a social media spat with his father Pharaoh after he accused the 808 Mafia co-founder of assaulting his sister, turning his back on his family, and double-crossing the people who helped get him to where he is today. Pharaoh alleged that Southside has paid people to have him killed.

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