In the track, Kodak Black raps about being perceived as a threat by others and emphasizes his longevity in the industry. He also questions Boosie’s relevance, saying, “Starting to understand that I’m a threat to these n***as and I was just playin’/ And I got longevity, and it’s been longevity/ And n***as been scared of me from ever since I remember, that’s what the streets tell me.”
I don’t even care about that sh*t, though, I’m tryna get rich, ho/ Who Boosie think he is? Who you n***as think you bein’?
Taking to Instagram, Boosie fired back at Kodak Black, dismissing the diss with humor and asserting his own status in the rap game. He wrote, “WHO BOOSIE THINK HE IS? SOMEONE U WILL NEVER BE #facts YOU MUST BE STILL MAD ABOUT WHAT I SAID CAUSE YOU KEEP BRINGING MY NAME UP. @kodakblack”
Boosie then took a more serious tone, urging Kodak to focus on more important matters, such as reuniting with his family and seeking help. He reminded Kodak that any issues with his career were self-inflicted and encouraged him to prioritize his well-being.
The Baton Rouge native expressed his well wishes for Kodak, stating, “U GOTTA BLAME YOURSELF. YOU GAVE YOUR CAREER A BLACK EYE. I DIDN’T DO IT YOU DID IT. U POSE TO BE FOCUS ON GETTING BACK OUT HERE WITH YOUR FAMILY N GETTING HELP‼️ I WISH U THE BEST N I WISH U FREEDOM #NEWALBUM 2/9.”
With this response, Boosie not only defended himself but also extended empathy and support to Kodak Black, hoping for his eventual redemption and return to the music scene.