Kodak Black Called Future To Clarify Questionable Lyrics On ‘Coming Out Strong’ (Video)

There’s not a artist that puts Instagram Live to use more than 20-year-old Pompano Beach rapper Kodak Black. Kodak has had his share of controversial moments while on Instagram Live including running a train on a young lady with his Sniper Gang crew and more recently calling out fellow XXL Freshman Lil Uzi Vert & Lil Yachty. Now Kodak Black is up to his IG Live tactics again this time calling up a good industry friend, Future.

On Future’s Coming Out Strong track there’s a questionable lyric that many suggested stated, “The only time I feel alive when I taste d*ck.”

  

Though, Kodak would be on Instagram Live when he would state to fans, “If you know me dog you know I don’t really f*ck with too much rap n*ggas or do too much features and sh*t. N*ggas be down here in Miami and be wanting to slide up on me and I don’t really be with that and sh*t. But n*ggas I listen to and I f*ck with Plies, Future, Boosie, Soulja Slim, B.G. ain’t too many n*ggas.” He would continue to say he has to call Future to clarify lyrics on Coming Out Strong. Kodak would proceed to call Future and ask him about the lyrics whilst trying to keep his composure and not laugh. Future would clarify the lyric says, “The only time he feels alive when I ‘take it’,”  referring to taking drugs such as popping pills.

  

Kodak Black and Future recently released a single titled Boost My Ego, check it out.

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