Kodak Black and his Sniper Gang artist Jackboy appear to have fallen out over a business dispute.
The subliminal messages between the two artists seemed to start after Kodak claimed he made $1 million off of Jackboy.
"Made A 'M' Off Lil Jack!!!! Thanks Lil Bra," Kodak posted in his Instagram Story. "Took Long Enough But Dat Businezz Must Be Stood On."
Jackboy seemingly responded to Kodak Black by using Kevin Gates' "Vouch" lyrics to hint at shady business practices.
"Put the folks in my business, gotta set court appointments, gotta suit up with lawyers, damn, this how we rockin'," Jackboy posted. "They copyrighted my name and wanted one million dollars. The label laughed in my face, I had to pay out my pocket."
Kodak Black followed up his initial remarks on Twitter by claiming he was overlooking friendships during business matters. He also claimed he was no longer signing rappers due to artists being "ungrateful."
"Ain't nobody keeping nothing I need mine, what's the problem?" Kodak asked in a since-deleted tweet. "I Ain't Signing Rapper No More These N***** Ungrateful. F*** a Friendship, I'm On Businezz!!"
Despite the supposed rift between the rappers, Kodak Black claimed he wasn't beefing with any but simply collecting what he feels he's owed.
"Ayo [I] ain't tryna internet bang with nobody I started this s*** so I need my money for letting n***** eat off MY FACE..." Kodak wrote. "THATS IT other than that, I Love Everybody!! Have a blessed day."
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