Kodak Black Blasts 21 Savage For Questioning Nas’ Relevancy
SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA - DECEMBER 11: Kodak Black performs during Rolling Loud at NOS Events Center on December 11, 2021 in San Bernardino, California. (Photo by Timothy Norris/WireImage)

Kodak Black had some choice words for 21 Savage, who questioned the relevancy of Nas following the release of his album, “King’s Disease 3.”

“Talking about, ‘Oh, Nas irrelevant.’ How the f__k Nas irrelevant, h_e?” Kodak Black asked. “How the f__k Nas ain’t relevant, homie? N-gga smoking di_k! Did a f__king Drake [album]. We salute Drake, we love Drake, okay, whatever.”

Kodak wasn’t finished with his 21 Savage tongue lashing, quoting lyrics from Nas’ hit, “I Can,” “Nas that n-gga, homie. I know I can (I know I can) / Be what I wanna be (Be what I wanna be) / If I work hard at it (If I work hard at it) / I’ll be where I wanna be. You crazy, boy! The f__k? Nas that boy. Homie, you tripping. Nas that n-gga, boy, you tripping, boy. The f__k?”

21 Savage was on a Clubhouse call when he talked about Nas, saying, “I don’t feel like he’s relevant…he just has a loyal ass fan base. He just has a loyal fan base, and he still makes good-ass music. But relevant?”

More about:

Recently Played

In The MixWith Lo
10:14pm
In The MixWith Lo
9:46pm
In The MixWith Lo
9:18pm
In The MixWith Lo
8:49pm
In The MixWith Lo
8:20pm