According to snitch-finder 1090 Jake, when Kodak Black was locked up, he didn’t touch the yard.

“When you was a one man army in the Feds, you were rocking behind the Bloods and then you just did a song with the biggest rat [Tekashi 6ix9ine] that ratted on the Bloods,” Jake explained. “Now I didn’t even say nothing about this dude saying that you was in protective custody in the Feds and you never even hit the yard in Big Sandy.”

Boosie Badazz also has issues with Yak working with 6ix9ine.

He jumped in to confirm that Kodak rode out his sentence in protective custody.

“BG says he was in PC too,” Boosie typed, referencing the locked-up Hot Boy.


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