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Kodak Black Takes Aim at T.I. & The Game on 'Expeditiously' Diss Track: Listen

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Kodak Black attends the 4th Annual TIDAL X: Brooklyn at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on Oct. 23, 2018 in New York City.

Kodak Black found himself in some hot water after he voiced his hopes to pursue Lauren London shortly following Nipsey Hussle's death. T.I. was one of the rappers that responded to Kodak and condemned him for his actions. Even after Black's half-apology, the two have engaged in a petty back-and-forth that has seeped into the booth. The Florida native has now put the war of words on wax, blasting Tip and his wife on a bristling diss track titled "Expeditiously," which released late Monday (April 15).

"How you tell me what came out my mouth, you don't even know Nipsey?/ Tiny, that bitch ugly as hell, I don't even want Piggy/ I can't beat you n----s at talkin', give me a long sentence/ Know I keep the pole and I ain't no ho, I know some Rollin 60s," he raps. 

The Sniper Gang rapper even had smoke for The Game, who also unloaded on Kodak for his Lauren London commentary. "Suwoop put the pole on lil' buddy, they said the Game's trippin'/ Old heads ain't hittin' on nothin', 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 don't listen?/ How you try and put me in timeout when I ain't Big Boy children," KB continues.

Last week (April 12), the ATL mogul previewed an upcoming track that featured a few bars sniping at Kodak. "I'm conditioned to see the vision, you/ I don't care if you eight or under twenty-two/ All that back and forth, what you trying to get into?/ I said what I said and I meant it to," T.I. rhymes. He also made headlines for removing Kodak Black's part of the installation from the Trap Music Museum in Atlanta.

Give "Expeditiously" a listen below.

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