The Florida rapper's curious relationship with the Grammy Award-winner dates back to her flipping his 'No Flockin' into her No. 1 single, 'Bodak Yellow.'
Happy Birthday Kodak EP, the pardoned rapper told onlookers the award meant more than any platinum plaque. The proclamation highlighted some of the good deeds hes pulled off beforeand since his release from federal prison in January. The gifts werent only for the shelter on Friday. Kodak ventured to a local jeweler where he picked up a bracelet specifically made for Cardi B The diamond-studded link features charms specifically for Cardis daughter Kulture and a brace which spells out CARDIYAK. Cardi B I Hope You Like Yo Bracelet #CardiYak, Kodak wrote on Instagram. A post shared by DJ Akademiks (@akademiks) Back in 2017, Cardi rose to superstardom when her song Bodak Yellow reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 the first solo No. 1 for a female rapper since Lauryn Hills Doo Wop (That Thing). The track, clearly influenced by Kodaks No Flockin, drew ire from critics who thought Cardi stole Kodaks flow. During a show, the Invasion Of Privacy star addressed the issue, bluntly telling the crowd, So what, bitch? Ultimately, Cardi saluted Kodak when Bodak became the first diamond single from a female rapperin history in March, highlighting how hes a credited writer on the song.