Most people notice the shade Kodak Black throws at T.I. on his Tip diss track,  “Expeditiously,” but the Florida rapper also has some choice words for Philadelphia rapper Gillie Da Kid.

On Wednesday (April 17), Gillie responded to the Florida rapper in a preview of the latest episode of his Million Dollars Worth of Game podcast. The former Major Figgas rhymer said that Kodak’s diss of him didn’t phase him at all and that when it comes down to it, his son would put hands on the 21-year-old rapper if.

“To that youngin’ Kodak Black smarten up, man, you disrespecting me on the song don’t mean nothing to me, “ he says in a video preview of the episode. “Bottom line I got a 19-year-old son that if I put you and him in a room together, he will beat the dog shit out of ya. And that’s on everything I love.”

On “Expeditiously,” Kodak takes aim at Gillie rapping, “Nigga waitin' on for me to fall off just like that boy Gillie / Said they ride for me 'til the wheel fall off, I be like, ‘Oh really?’ / How you tell me what came out my mouth, you don't even know Nipsey?”

This is in response to Gillie who joined alongside The Game and radio stations in canceling Kodak for his controversial comments regarding Lauren London following the death of her boyfriend Nipsey Hussle.

T.I. has yet to respond to Kodak's diss song. In an interview that was given a week before Kodak dropped "Expeditiously," T.I. explained that Karma would catch up to the polarizing lyricist.

"I urge him to educate himself, enlighten himself man because if he knew better, he'd do better," he told TMZ at the time. "I don't wish no harm on him but ultimately the laws of reciprocity are in order at all times. You get what you give. The energy he puts out there... it will come find him."

You can watch Gillie Da Kid's response to Kodak Black on his podcast below.

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