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T.I. Reacts To Kodak Black Freestyle

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T.I. addresses Kodak Black’s verse that he tried to get him fired from his label


During a freestyle at the Breakfast Club, Kodak Black spit some lines about T.I. and Big Boi trying to kick him out of the record label.

T.I took to Instagram live to react: “My n*** ain’t never wasting my time, energy, or oxygen trying to worry about you and nobody else and what muthaf**kin record label you were signed to.

In the video, he kept going: “I don’t care what record label you sing to. I don’t care how much money you have. I ain’t trying to interfere with none of that. I wish you the absolute best and I told you that face to face in your section at the Booby Trap. I told you, man, I’m happy for your success and I wish you much more of it and I wish you the absolute best on your journey so I don’t know where that shit came from.”

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