Kodak Black Responds to DreamDoll Squashing His Romantic Hopes

The social media back-and-forth kicked off when Kodak Black posted a photo showing him tying DreamDoll’s shoes on Instagram on Valentine's Day.

Kodak Black performs during Rolling Loud New York 2021

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Kodak Black performs during Rolling Loud New York 2021

After DreamDoll questioned Kodak Black’s Valentine’s Day post about her, Yak decided to respond. 

The back-and-forth began when the rapper posted a photo of him tying DreamDoll’s shoes on Instagram Monday, which Dream now says was taken behind-the-scenes of a video shoot. The image, along with the caption—including the hashtags #HeartBreakKodak and #ValentineMassacre—certainly got fans talking. 

“I’ll tie yo shoes & open yo doors,” Kodak wrote. “I wanna show you shit I ain’t shown before!!! I wanna hold yo hand be yo friend b4 yo man. I wanna tell you shit I ain’t never said.”

Dream was quick to reply, writing to her fans that “y’all need to stop gassing” Kodak. “This is BTS from our video shoot. … You will never be my man Kodak please stop,” she added in his comment section.

Kodak—who just this past week was shot outside of a Los Angeles bar—hopped on Instagram Live to address DreamDoll’s clapback, insisting that “hoes” act as if “they over you” just because they “got a few more dollars,” per HotNewHipHop.

“I got other ones in the cut,” Kodak said. “Ya heard me?”

As for Kodak’s health, he’s reported to be in stable condition following the reported 10 shots fired outside of the Justin Bieber concert after party on Saturday morning. He and three others were injured, one as a result of a scuffle during the 2:45 a.m. shooting, after he was spotted posing for photos with fans outside of the Nice Guy. Drake, Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, Kendall Jenner, and Khloé Kardashian were all said to be in attendance. Kodak secured box seats at the Super Bowl afterward, and it seems he’s been in pretty good spirits since the incident. 

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