Kodak Black is trying to level up on this week's edition of contentious comments.
There's an argument to be made about how Kodak Black doesn't get the credit he deserves as a rapper. Dying To Live was a testament to his depth as an artist and his overall skill set. Despite constantly being categorized as a mumble rapper, he recently hopped on Instagram Live and made it clear that his music is proof that he deserves a spot among the GOATs.
Kodak Black held an Instagram Live session to chop it up with his fans and talk his sh*t. It seems like he's frustrated with the public's perception of his art. The rapper said that when his name is mentioned, it should be with the likes of Tupac, Biggie and Nas.
"I'm the hardest young n***a. I'm the hardest rapper in the game, I promise. Like, when you talk 'bout me, you should put me in a category of like 'Pac, [Biggie], Nas, dem n***as, you feel me? Like really listen to my sh*t," he said. "I don't care about how I act, like, on the 'Gram."
Many might think his comments were outlandish but what he said is a lot more respectful than his previous comments on Tupac and Biggie in 2016 around the time of his Lil B.I.G Pac mixtape. In an interview with XXL, the rapper said, "I'm better than Tupac and Biggie. I say that so now you know where my head at."