Although Kodak Black's eccentric personality has gotten him into some awkward situations, it has also gained him a cult-like following. However, for Young M.A, his trolling has forced the Brooklyn rapper to address Kodak's "weird" comments. 

On Sunday, Young M.A took to Instagram Live where she spoke candidly about the fiasco surrounding the "Tunnel Vision" rapper and herself.

"And y'all keep talking about this Kodak situation. Y'all n****s is weird, bro," M.A said. "And it be n****s on that sh*t. What's wrong with y'all? Is y'all n****s alright? Come on, bro. Like obviously the n***a's weird..."

Young M.A then went on to say that they both have a show in the same city and she will address the situation in person.

Sunday's comments were the first time Young M.A touched on Black's sexual advances towards her. Kodak Black's pseudo-courtship of the openly gay rapper began in February when he left a comment under a picture of M.A and Nicki Minaj that read "Both Of Y'all a Get It." This then became a running joke that Black continued to toy with on his latest single "Pimpin Ain't Eazy."

"I go Young M.A on these dumb b*****s/Like a dyke man, you n****s can't f**k with me," Kodak raps on the song's chorus before using the term in other parts of the record. 

"I swapped out the spice for the bud/F****n' on a dyke, I'm in love," Kodak spits. "I'm f****n' on a dyke, she the one."

Kodak's antics were only amplified by his fans who for the past few weeks have been spamming M.A with allusions to Kodak and the song. That, combined with the rumored street activity of both artists, had many assuming that Young M.A would take a direct issue to Kodak's jokes. However, in another Instagram Live, M.A explained that her frustration is mostly geared towards his internet followers.

"They always take sh*t out of proportion. They always try to take sh*t and make it something that it ain't," M.A explained. "In the live video... I'm literally talking about the people in the comments... and I'm like 'Why y'all still on that? Get off that situation. Y'all d*ckeating.' I know I'm a female stupid... but at the end of the day, that's not my preference... that's why I said y'all weird."

Despite Young M.A clearly explaining her sexual orientation, Kodak Black still doesn't seem to understand. He hosted an Instagram Live of his own where he slightly addressed the controversy.

"I do more good than I do bad and more people love me than hate me," Kodak said before slipping in another Young M.A comment. "I'm talking 'bout, how you a girl but don't want your p***y penetrated?"

Outside of the unwelcome jokes, Black did try to call his fans off of Young M.A by letting it be known that no real beef will ensue from this exchange.

"That's my Dawg Bae. Ain't no smoke we vibing," Kodak said. "We straight that's my dawg... they the homie... we vibing and stuff."