Earlier this year, Kodak Black got a million dollars to drop a verse on Tekashi 6ix9ine’s track “Shaka Laka.”

It turned out the money wasn’t even from 6ix9ine.  Instead, he was paid by the vape company featured in the song’s video.

Yak, who dissed 6ix9ine as a rat in the verse, explained why he took the money during his Drink Champ’s interview.

“I understand the value of a dollar,” Yak said.  “$100 is $100.  A bands still a band, homie … I don’t even know the n*ggas he told on and I ain’t from over there.  N*gga, that’s y’all rat.”

Meek Mill was so offended by what he heard that he has denounced his entire profession.

“I damn near don’t even wanna be labeled a rapper nomore,” Meek typed.

Do you think Meek’s strict adherence to the street code jells with his criminal justice reform efforts?


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