Kodak Black Shows Jealousy After Drake Drops Album With 21 Savage And Cancels Project With Rapper

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Kodak Black Shows Jealousy After Drake Drops Album With 21 Savage And Cancels Project With Rapper.

 Kodak and Drake have collaborated in the past and regularly praise each other's efforts, but Kodak Black has an issue to settle with Drake. The Florida rapper isn't afraid to share his thoughts on social media, which happened during a live stream the rapper did on his Instagram profile. In a cut circulating the networks, Kodak appears sharing the screen with someone who tells him that he is waiting for a new collaboration with Drake. 

Not something coming to fruition any time soon, Kodak suggests, because of a joint project that hasn't yet come to fruition. In other news: Kodak Black and Justin Bieber are being sued after a shooting at Justin's Los Angeles afterparty during late Super Bowl week last year. 

Additionally, two men who claimed to have been hit by bullets during the altercation are suing the artists and some other entities. I told Drake I don't want to do any collabs," Kodak said. “No songs or no album. Because we should have made a whole album before he released one with his friend.” This was apparently a reference to Drake and 21 Savage's hit album, Her Loss. “Before him and his little buddy did this shit. I told him I wanted to wait [until] 2023. Like, after February.” "Me and Drake, we have more songs," he said at the time.

 "It is serious. As always a brother can feel he's ready and stuff. They're like, 'Are we going to release the album? Are we going to do it? It's really about him. We have a lot of songs.”

In 2020, Kodak even praised Drake in two posts about the partnership on a record. “I'm your biggest fan, sir. … If we can't do a whole album together, I don't want a song with you, sir.” Drake, meanwhile, teased the collaboration even further after "Haitian Boy Kodak" arrived. “Man you always give me that inspiration… True POET… Oracle. … Dude, let's make some music for sure. But really, you really are on another level.”

Fans aren't so sure that Kodak and Drizzy won't collide in the studio one more time. As mentioned earlier, they have publicly praised each other's work and found success in past collaborations. When Kodak took to Livestream in January 2022, fans were quick to notice that "Champagne Papi" was in the comments section. "You really do all this for this generation and the next if we're honest," he wrote.

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