Kodak Black Calls T.I.’s Wife Tiny an “Ugly Bitch” in Diss Track Called “Expeditiously”

Kodak Black is not finished with T.I. just yet.

Right after T.I. teased a Kodak Black diss keep track of on Instagram Reside, Kodak responded by indicating he “should have manufactured a single of [his] fa**ot a** very little sons generate a rap.”

He then went in on Little, expressing: “That bitch unsightly as hell. I don’t even want piggy! He talkin’ about ‘Bro would’ve stepped up for me.’ 1st of all, bitch, don’t nobody want piggy, bitch.”

Now Kodak has decided to air his grievances on wax by means of a new diss track aimed right at T.I. referred to as “Expeditiously.”

The title was inspired by the phrase Suggestion utilized when he known as him out above his disrespectful opinions about Nipsey Hussle’s girlfriend Lauren London.

Through the track, Kodak rips into T.I. and his spouse Tameka “Tiny” Harris.

“How you notify me what arrived out my mouth, you really do not even know Nipsey / Very small that bitch unappealing as hell / I really don’t even want Piggy,” Kodak raps. “I can not conquer you ni**as at talkin’ give me a extended sentence / You know I keep the pole and I ain’t no hoe, I know some Rollin 60s / And I’m thuggin’ all on my lonely, but I preserve some Zoes with me.”

Somewhere else in the song, Kodak seemingly phone calls out Tekashi 6ix9ine and The Video game, the latter of whom also put him on blast for his opinions about Lauren London.

“Young ni**a stickin’ to the code, ’cause I really don’t condone snitchin’ / I ain’t going out like that rapper, I don’t wanna do no tippin’,” Kodak provides.

“When he mentioned my title on the Tv set, that boy a daring witness / On the information, see T.I.P. me, that boy never acquired no emotions / Suwoop place the pole on lil’ buddy, they mentioned the Game strippin’ / Outdated heads ain’t hittin’ on nun, I say them boys kiddin’ / I want all the smoke out the stove but I don’t even roll Phillies / How the hell you callin’ me out when you know I never pay attention.”

The beef amongst T.I. and Kodak began following Kodak reported he desired to go after London adhering to Nipsey’s demise, but he would give her a yr of “crying and sh*t” prior to building his transfer.

“Lauren London that newborn, though. She about to be out listed here one,” Kodak mentioned. “She’s finna be a full widow out right here. I’ll be the best gentleman I can be for her. I’ll give her a whole 12 months. She could possibly will need a full calendar year to be crying and sh*t for him.”

He added: “I’ll try to be like a close friend if you will need to holla or a shoulder to lean on. She can simply call my line.”

Tip scolded Kodak in a online video he shared on social media (“You out of pocket, ni**a, correct that sh*t … speedily, expeditiously”) and then taken out the rapper’s exhibit from his Trap Museum in Atlanta, to which Kodak responded: “F**k that p**sy a** museum, I ain’t give you authorization to place me up in any case.”

Kodak then provided a non-apology to Lauren London (“If I disrespected you, Lauren London, in any shape or variety, I’m sorry, even however I didn’t”) and afterwards claimed that the only cause T.I. was heading after him since he wanted London all for himself.

“Dude just desires first dibs on her,” Kodak reported on Instagram Are living.

This past weekend, T.I. seemingly previewed a diss keep track of of his own targeted at Kodak.

“I’m conditioned to see the eyesight, you / I never treatment if you are 81 or 22,” he raps. “All that again and forth, ain’t finna get into / I explained what I mentioned and I meant it far too.” (FYI: Kodak Black turns 22 on his birthday in June)

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