In a rare act of seriousness, Kodak Black took to Instagram Live in what appears to be him addressing the Young M.A. situation.
"Bruh, be realistic. I am too fly for that shit. And I got too much 'resources' to go that route," Kodak said before channeling his inner-Chris Tucker to help solidify his point.
"I was just bullshittin', man," the rapper joked. "I know I be jiving. I be jiving around and shit like that y'all know me. And leave her alone!... lot of people be sensitive on the internet and in life. People go to saying crazy shit... like come on now."
Although Kodak appeared to ceased and desisted his troll of Young M.A., he continued to pick at the game's "real rap" fans by once again aligning himself alongside revered artists like Biggie, Nas, and Tupac.
"I'm the hardest rapper in the game I promise," Kodak said during the same Instagram Live session. "Like, when you talk 'bout me, you should put me in a category of like 'Pac, B.I.G, Nas, them n***s, you feel me? Like really listen to my shit. I don't care about how I act, like, on the 'gram."
Even though this will undoubtedly spark debate, unlike his other internet antics, Kodak truly believes in his impact and presence. Since bursting into mainstream popularity in 2015, Kodak Black has habitually claimed his greatness next to the G.O.A.T.s. In fact, in 2016 he released a mixtape titled Lil B.I.G. Pac with cover art paying homage to the artwork for Biggie's classic album, Ready To Die.