21 Savage Calls Cap on Kodak Black for Saying 21 Acts Differently Since Working With Drake
21 Savage Denies Kodak Black's Claim That He's Changed Since Working With Drake
On Sunday (Oct. 29), 21 Savage jumped on X, formerly known as Twitter, to respond to Kodak Black's claim that he switched up on him after working with Drake on their collaborative project, Her Loss. In a tweet, the Atlanta rapper shared a blog post that included a clip of Yak on Drink Champs explaining why he thinks 21 Savage has a different attitude toward Kodak.
21 captioned the tweet with 42 blue cap emojis to signify that what Kodak is saying is truly "cap," which in hip-hop slang means, "the person is lying."
Kodak Black Believes That 21 Savage Has Changed After Collaborating With Drake
21 Savage's response comes after Kodak Black went on the Drink Champs podcast and revealed that he's not on good terms with the Atlanta rapper.
Yak claimed in a rambling diatribe that he and 21 Savage were close friends, but 21 began acting differently toward him after he collaborated with Drake on their Her Loss album.
"Drake just got a certain little effect he do to muthaf**kas and s**t," Kodak said at the 42-minute mark in the video below. "After the album they did together all the sudden that n***a on that p***y-a*s s**t. You vocalize it for real for real on the 'Gram on the internet like you ion't never vibe with me and s**t."
The friendship might have soured last year during their social media feud. Last November, Kodak called out the Atlanta rapper for calling Nas irrelevant. In the same month, Kodak also went after 21 for a comment he made on his X account. The Slaughter Gang leader tweeted, "Where all y’all fans be at when these n***as drop albums," which many fans believed that it was 21 trolling Kodak over the drama and poking fun at his low album sales.
Check out 21 Savage's response to Kodak Black's claim that 21 has changed since working with Drake below.