Kodak Black denies demanding sex for feature film on Latto album
Rapper Kodak Black came forward to publicly end any speculation that he was the male rapper who demanded sex with the Georgian rapper, Lattein exchange for a feature film on his next album, 777.
Kodak took to Twitter to say he wasn’t “that” rapper. The Miami hitmaker said the speculation surrounding him was “reachable” and that he was “too flighty” to demand sex in exchange for a feature film.
Kodak tweeted, “This mulatto girl don’t talk about me homie I see y’all reachin’ regular Lol…Shawty don’t even say a nigga name on Dat Shit Ion Know Why Tf Y’all Tryna Make A Nigga Wear Dat Jacket I ‘m Too Fly Fa Dat Shit Homie”
Yes Kodak and Latto are telling the truth, all eyes are on the other male rappers featured on the album. Latto has already confirmed that it was not 21 Wildwhich leaves Lil Wayne, Lil Durk, Childish Gambino, and Nardo Wick.
The speculation started after Latte said a male artist tried to deny permission for a feature film from his upcoming album because she refused to sleep with him.
In an interview with Big Boy’s Neighborhood she said: “‘It was a feature on my album and it was hard to erase and they were trying to let me down because I wasn’t responding to their DMs. “
Then, an Instagram video resurfaced of Kodak Black talks recklessly about demanding sex from female rappers. The ‘Super Gremlin’ rapper said, “I hit the nerve in Dreamdoll and the other chick y’all gotta let me smash ’cause your music is trash you ain’t about to get what you want and I get nothing. And Yak?
Speculation intensified after Kodak openly admitted his sexual requirement with female rappers signed to his label. During a recent interview with The Breakfast Club, he said, “For my female artists, I have to bus them like they don’t have to be my girlfriend, but it’s like I bus them.”