NLE Choppa and Jackboy are engaged in a back-and-forth centered on Choppa's recent Kodak Black comments.

In an Instagram Live session, Jackboy took issue with Choppa's XXL-reported "That looks like two different people" comment from July about his friend Kodak Black.

"The simple fact is all that shit's cool, I woulda left you in the DM . . . You just say, 'Oh, Kodak a clone,'" Jackboy said. "One thing about it, I'm sensitive about my brother."


Jackboy went on to say that he considers Choppa a "pretty cool kid," though the issue stands.

"You a pretty cool kid," he said. "You just a dick rider. You just do too much fuckshit . . . Don't play with Kodak. When you playin' with Kodak, you playin' with Jack."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Choppa and Jackboy also exchanged words via Instagram captions and comments, including a screenshot of the aforementioned DM.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Jackboy released a new song, "Hello (Freestyle)," earlier this week. The lyrics see Jackboy getting introspective on a variety of topics, though it’s not clear if he's referencing Choppa in these lines: "If its really beef, gotta be a bloodbath/if its really beef, make 'em feel the slugs, yeah."


Also this week, Choppa launched his new Need Learning Everyday Challenge initiative aimed at inspiring increased attendance and reading among elementary school children.

"You just want everybody to succeed," he told The Daily Memphian of the education campaign. "You just want to give those kids hope to show them you can come from this and that and still be big."