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Kodak Black has responded to T.I. in a new track titled “Expeditiously,” a week or so after Tip called out Kodak Black for his comments regarding Lauren London in the wake of her longtime boyfriend Nipsey Hussle’s death.

“How you try and put me in timeout when I ain’t Big Boi children/ Ni**a waitin’ on for me to fall off just like that boy Gillie/Said they ride for me till the wheel fall off, I be like oh really/ How you tell me what came out my mouth, you don’t even know Nipsey/ Tiny that b**** ugly as hell, I don’t even want Piggy/I can’t beat you ni**as at talkin’ give me a long sentence /You know I keep the pole and I ain’t no hoe, I know some Rollin 60’s/ And I’m thuggin’ all on my lonely, but I keep some Zoes with me /How the hell you cancel a ni**a and I don’t even smoke tobacco/ Mute me when I voice my opinion and I ain’t even know it mattered,” Kodak Black rapped on the track, taking direct shots at T.I. and his wife, Tiny.

In the track, it seems like Kodak Black also took a few shots at The Game and possibly 6ix9ine.

“Young ni**a sticking to the code, ’cause I don’t condone snitching/I ain’t going out like that rapper, I don’t do know tippin’/When he said my name on the TV, that boy a bold witness/On the news, see T.I.P., that boy don’t got no feelings/…they say The Game strippin’, old heads ain’t hitting on nothin’, I say them boys kiddin’,” Kodak Black rapped.

The Florida rapper’s diss track, which was released last night (Apr. 15) comes after a video of T.I.playing a presumed Kodak Black diss track surfaced online. Although Tip doesn’t explicitly mention Black on the song, a lot of people feel that the Atlanta rapper’s lyrics were directed towards Kodak Black.

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.