Kodak Black has a wish for Drake. During an interview with “The Breakfast Club” on Wednesday ( February 23rd), the “Super Gremlin” rapper spoke about his friendship with the OVO rapper. “We do a lot of talking behind the scenes and doing sh*t,” he said.
He explained that Drake recently sent him $250,000. “Last week, he sent me a quarter of a million dollars for no reason,” he said.
Drake texted him and told him to set up a Bitcoin account, and then surprised him by sending him more than 6.6 coins, which equate to about $250,000. Charlamagne suggested drake and kodak might have something. Kodak remained coy, only to say, “You have received a gift from God. We’re on shit, we’re yelling, and whatever.”
“To be honest, this is really all for the generation and the next generation,” Drake previously told Kodak in January. As we wrote earlier in our story, elsewhere in the interview, Kodak talked about being shot in the leg outside Justin Bieber’s after-party on Super Bowl weekend. “That’s what ni**a and latching on to shit gives me,” he said. “I’ve done a lot of things, Charlamagne. Should I take my light year? I thank God it wasn’t as crazy as anything else.”
Kodak is set to release his new album Back for Everything on Friday. She also has a collaboration with Ed Sheeran, which she’s saving for her next album in August.
Stream Kodak Black’ s New Album ‘BACK FOR EVERYTHING’
Yak’s back. Kodak Black feeds the streets with his latest album Back for Everything. The 19-piece set is a gold-certified smash that peaked at number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 “Grinding All Season” with “Super Gremlin” includes TikTok’s favorite singles “Love &war” and “I Wish“. Lil Durk is the only guest on “Take You Back” with Kodak.
Prior to that, Kodak published a number of projects, including 2021’s Happy Birthday Kodak and Haitian Boy Kodak, 2020’s Bill Israel and 2018’s platinum-certified Dying to Live. And he’s got even more music on the road. As we have written to you, Sniper Gang MC announced that its next album will be released in August in collaboration with Ed Sheeran.
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