The song is the latest in a series of words that have been exchanged by T.I. and Kodak.
It all began after Kodak made disrespectful comments regarding Lauren London. "Lauren London that's baby, though. She about to be out here single," Kodak said shortly after the death of London's partner Nipsey Hussle. "She’s finna be a whole widow out here. I’ll be the best man I can be for her. I’ll give her a whole year. She might need a whole year to be crying and sh*t for him."
"Hey, Kodak Black: You outta pocket, n***a. Fix that sh*t—quickly, expeditiously," T.I. said in response to Kodak. As you might have noticed, Kodak seemingly named his recent track after T.I.'s comments.
On "Expeditiously," Kodak raps: "How you tell me what came out my mouth, you don't even know Nipsey/Tiny, that b*tch ugly as hell, I don't even want Piggy/I can't beat you n**gas at talkin', give me a long sentence/Know I keep the pole and I ain't no ho, I know some Rollin 60s."
T.I. was far from the only person Kodak name drops on "Expeditiously." The Florida rapper also mentions Gillie Da Kid.
Gillie was not happy to hear Kodak rap the line, "N***a waitin' on for me to fall off just like that boy Gillie," and addressed it all during his Million Dollars Worth of Game podcast. "I come from a lane which you stand what you do," Gillie remarked. "If you f**k up then you acknowledged that you f**ked up. The hardest thing in life is to do is say players f**k up to, accept responsibility." He continued by threatening Kodak. "You disrespecting me on a song. That sh*t don't mean nothing to me because the bottom line is, I got a 19-year-old son that if I put you and him in a room together, he'll be the dog sh*t out you [...] And that's on everything I love. He would beat the dog sh*t out you. I don't wanna hear, 'Yeah he grew up boxing.' If I put you and my youngest son in a room together, mano y mano, he would beat diarrhea sh*t down your leg."