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21 Savage Reacts to Kodak Black’s Remarks in Latest Drink Champs Interview

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's recent appearance on the Drink Champs podcast has generated significant attention in the industry and on social media. The controversial interview has ignited various reactions from fellow artists and fans, with some voicing concerns about Kodak's behavior, while others offer defenses within the podcast's context.

, a prominent figure in the music and entertainment industry, took to his social media to share his thoughts on Kodak's behavior during the podcast. He expressed genuine concern for Kodak, stating, “Yo somebody needs to grab bro and make sure he good. This ain't the interview Nore. We gotta help this dude. I took him to Trump's house, and he did the most. They were not happy with the experience because he had no guidance and respect. Yo , let's figure out how we can help this guy instead of watching him self-destruct.”

Ray J's comments have sparked a larger conversation about Kodak's well-being and actions during the interview. podcast is known for its heavy drinking and smoking sessions, where guests often get intoxicated during the show. This isn't unique to Kodak, as many previous guests have also indulged in alcohol and marijuana during their appearances. However, with Kodak's reputation for being challenging to understand when he speaks, combined with the effects of alcohol and substances, some argue that this particular interview portrayed him in a less favorable light.

Kodak Black has been open about his struggles with mental health and substance abuse in recent years. He has even sought help by attending rehab. Many acknowledge that his path to recovery will be a long and challenging one. While some express concerns about his behavior in the Drink Champs interview, others argue that it's unfair to judge his overall progress based on a single appearance.

In response to Ray J's criticism of his visit to Trump's house, Kodak Black fired back on his own social media, calling Ray J out and asserting that he doesn't need help. He disputed Ray J's involvement in his visit to Trump's house and accused him of seeking attention and going viral with his comments.

Kodak's interactions with fellow artists didn't end there. 21 Savage also jumped on social media to clap back at Kodak's comments from the interview, especially the part where Kodak seemed to think their relationship changed after he teamed up with on “Her Loss.” kept it real, saying he didn't see any need for that change and had his own back. He basically said there's no reason to catch feelings and make a big fuss about it.

21 Savage, in response to Kodak Black's comments during the interview, had this to say: “First of all, what's supposed to switch? Like what's supposed to change. I ain't grow up with you. I don't know you like that. You rap, I rap. I always supported you and sh*t. I f*cked with your movement. I f*cked with you with what you had going on. So I switched up? You get in your feelings.”

The rapper continued to address the situation, shedding light on the context of the controversy: “So I'm on Clubhouse, and they ask me who I feel like would win in a from a Freshman Class. Who the f*ck?? You are the only n**ga gettin in your feelings. It's thirty n**gas on this Freshman cover, and you get in your feelings? You want to go and make a big *ss video and do all this extra s*ht. Ok, that's cool. You feel like you win, I feel like I win, Uzi DM me; he feels like he wins (that's still my boy) … cool! Herb feels like he win (that's my boy he's on the cover), Boogie probably feels like he win, Desiigner felt like he win, so what the f*ck are you talking about?”

21 Savage made it clear that he feels no need for the ongoing drama: “You just keep carrying on with this s*ht on the internet every other day. What are we doing?”

The rapper concluded his response to Yak with a message of goodwill: “Bro, I like you, and I wish you the best, nothing but success. Keep doing your thing, but just leave me out of that sh*t.” His comments show the desire for a more peaceful resolution and a focus on individual success within the music industry.

Yak has yet to respond to 21 Savage's message, leaving fans and the public waiting for further developments in this ongoing drama.

Overall, this sheds light on the challenges that Kodak Black faces in his personal and professional life. His behavior in the podcast, coupled with his interactions with fellow artists, suggests a sense of insecurity. Kodak's tendency to involve himself in controversies surrounding other artists also reflects his need to focus more on his music and personal growth.

One notable incident from last year, in which an audio clip was leaked featuring Kodak Black encouraging his supporters to promote him over NBA YoungBoy, serves as a stark example of this pattern. In the interview on Drink Champs, when asked about a potential (Verzuz) “battle” with NBA YoungBoy, Kodak seemed more diplomatic, referring to him as his “left brother.” This contrast between his words and actions shows the complexity of Kodak's relationships within the music industry.

Despite all the drama and differences of opinion, it's clear that both the music industry and Kodak Black's fans and backers are still in his corner, wishing him well and cheering for his success. There's a shared hope that he can get back on track with his music and possibly drop some new tunes, with a potential Halloween release in the cards. With all the love and support pouring in, there's a pathway for Kodak Black to bounce back and continue growing as an artist.

Watch The Drink Champ Podcast Interview with Kodak Black

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