Lil Baby seemingly tells Kodak Black to stop sneak-dissing him online.
Kodak Black and Pooh Shiesty briefly were involved in a back-and-forth in a social media fight. Apparently, the Memphis rapper took offense due to Kodak taking credit for the recent money-spreading trend in pictures. In a video posted online, Kodak appears to call out Lil Baby; checking him for his lyrics in “Finesse Out The Gang Way.” In addition, he says he “invented” showing money on the ‘Gram. Pooh went back over a decade to show that he’s been spreading his money on his arms and legs; apparently, this is long before Kodak was even in the rap game. Furthermore, this prompted heated comments from both the rappers.
However, Lil Baby had been keeping quiet on the issue until recently.
Despite his initial silence, Lil Baby appears to finally respond to Kodak calling him out.
The rapper is seen sub-tweeting somebody; asking them to quit sneak-dissing him. As most sneak disses seem to come, Lil Baby took to his Twitter on Thursday morning. “Don’t sneak diss on the internet call me,” he writes.
Even though the Atlanta rapper did not mention anybody in particular, the post was shared on multiple blog sites on Instagram. There, commenters have been theorizing that this is meant for Kodak Black.
Furthermore, the popular belief appears to be the message is meant for the project baby himself. However, others are saying that Baby is just talking in general; not addressing anybody specifically.
What do you guys, think? Was Lil Baby’s tweet meant for Kodak? Let us know in the comments below!
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