Kodak Black is facing backlash for both his lyrics about wanting to have sex with the openly gay Young M.A (on a song called “Pimpin Ain’t Easy”) and his subsequent remarks in response to M.A’s opinion on the song.
A lot of Twitter users are saying that, by saying he wants to have sex with M.A and suggesting that there’s no way M.A wouldn’t want to have sex with a man, Kodak is sexually harassing the rapper. “It’s very very very very strange that kodak black, a man facing a r*pe charge, is harassing young ma for sex and the internet finds it funny. this place just gets weirder,” tweeted one user, noting Kodak’s impending sexual assault trial.
Another user wrote, “What Kodak black said about boning young Ma as long as she has a pussy, is so disrespectful and violates her, what if Jessie smollet would have said he wanted to bone Kodak black as long as he has a dick, would it still funny to y’all, stop the ignorance and toxic masculinity.”
The stream of Kodak criticism comes after Kodak’s lyrics on “Pimpin Ain’t Easy” surfaced online. “I be pullin’ out straps on these fuck niggas/I go Young M.A on these dumb bitches/Like a dyke man, you niggas can’t fuck with me,” he spits on the track. “I’m fuckin’ Young M.A, long as she got a coochie/Say she got the strap and the toolie, say she put the crack in her booty.”
Last Friday night (March 15), Young M.A, who is openly gay, addressed the situation on Instagram Live and made it abundantly clear that she wasn’t feeling Kodak nor the song, where he raps, “I’m fuckin Young M.A, long as she got a coochie.”
“Y’all keep talking about this Kodak situation. Y’all niggas is weird, bro,” she told her viewers. “Come on, obviously the nigga is weird, bro. Obliviously, he on some shit, bro.”
On Sunday (March 17), Kodak addressed M.A during his Instagram Live session where he told his fans to stop harassing the rapper. He then expressed his feelings for M.A in spite of her disapproval of him
“Yo, y’all stop making Young M.A mad. That’s my dog!” he said. “Don’t do that, baby. We gon’ catch up. I just wanna be the homie. I just wanna be the forever homie in the cut, vibing…whenever you make up your mind up, I’m here. [slurp] I’m talking about bae so cute!”
In another part of the IG Live chat, the Florida rapper continues to pine for M.A before seemingly ignoring her preference as a gay woman.
“I do a lot of stuff, but I do more good than I do bad and more people love me than hate me,” he said. “I’m talking about, how you a girl but don’t want your pussy penetrated? How? Don’t me mad at me,” ’cause I want you, baby. Don’t be mad at me.”
On Monday (March 18), a visibly angry Young M.A jumped on her IG Live to tell people to stop bugging her about the Kodak situation. “Get off that situation, Y’all still dick eating,” she said. “Y’all just be extra, bro, extra.”
M.A also addressed those who are questioning her identity as a gay woman. She made it clear that she knows that she is a female and she knows what gender she prefers sexually.
“But at the end of the day…that’s not my preference. Y’all weird,” she said. “I know I’m weird sometime I don’t give a fuck. I’m weird…I’m good with that, and that nigga weird too and he knows he’s weird.
See Young M.A. address the Kodak situation as well Kodak’s response to Young M.A. and finally Young M.A.’s response to the weirdos, below. We also included tweets below from people who are not happy with how Kodak responded to Young M.A.
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