T.I. and Kodak Black have been going back-and-forth on social media over the past week. It all started when Kodak Black decided to hop on Instagram Live and make comments on how he was going to give Lauren London a year to grieve before shooting his shot. He ended up (kinda) apologizing for his comments but T.I. was still livid that Kodak would make light out of Nipsey Hussle's death. Now, it looks like T.I.'s gone to the booth to address his feud with the Florida rapper.
T.I.'s clapback game is on point, as we've seen time and time again in the past. This time, the ATL rapper took to Instagram Live to preview a new song he's been working on. On the track, the rapper seemingly addresses his feud with Kodak Black.
"I'm conditioned to see the vision, you/ I don't care if you eight or under twenty-two/ All that back and forth, what you trying to get into?/ I said what I said and I meant it to," he raps on the track.
Following his rift with Kodak, the rapper went on to take down a Kodak Black exhibit from the Trap Music Museum in Atlanta. Although Kodak insisted that he didn't give the museum permission to even include him in the exhibit, T.I. explained that he's only going after Kodak Black in such a way because he sees himself in Kodak Black.