Kodak Black isn’t exactly sweet on ‘Suga’ maker Megan Thee Stallion at the moment, a recent Instagram post reveals.
The ‘Zeze’ rapper – currently serving a 46 month sentence after being found guilty on federal weapons charges – took to social media to fire off at Stallion for taking credit for a phrase many believe he popularized.
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On Tuesday (March 17), Black (born Bill Kapri) posted a clip of Meg – who dropped by ‘Strahan Sara and Keke’ recently in promotion of her March 6-released EP ‘Suga’ – discussing generational slang and catch phrases. When quizzed on the expression ‘drive the boat,’ the hosts credited her with originating the saying (and she did not disagree).
The incident apparently rubbed Kapri the wrong way as he took to Instagram to caption the clip above:
While there’s no way to prove if Stallion created the phrase or not, Kodak fans have cited multiple instances of him using the it ahead of her – some dating as far back as February 2019 (as seen here).
As of time reported, Meg has not responded to his post.
Bonus: See the full ‘Strahan, Sara & KeKe’ segment referenced below: