6ix9ine Denies Paying Kodak Black for ‘Shaka Laka’ Feature

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6ix9ine Denies Paying Kodak Black $1 Million for ‘Shaka Laka’ Feature.

6ix9ine Denies Paying Kodak Black $1 Million

On Sept. 16, 6ix9ine sat down for an interview with the True Life Network Podcast and finally set the record straight about whether or not Kodak Black’s feature on his new song “Shaka Laka” really cost six figures.

6ix9ine began.”I didn’t pay, people have to do their research. There’s a whole company called Fume, right? There’s whole videos, pictures, bank statements like literally, there’s videos online of this company saying, ‘Listen, this is a collab song for our vapes,’ right? They’re holding a check, taking a picture with him. It’s everywhere, right, and they’re like, ‘Yo, 6ix9ine paid a million dollars for Kodak‘; no, it was their song, right? It was their song, they paid the million dollars.”

6ix9ine’s “Shaka Laka” Song Caused Controversy When it Dropped

“Shaka Laka” wasn’t well received when the song dropped on July 21. Multiple rappers, including Boosie Badazz.Criticized Kodak Black’s involvement with 6ix9ine considering his long-held reputation as a snitch.

Boosie said on Instagram Live back in July.“That n***a Yak f**ked me up, I wonder how all them Z**s feel, dawg? I get, them Z**s f**ked up right now. I know the state of Florida f**ked up right now. This n***a ain’t got no morals, don’t got no principles. D*mn. Thought that little n***a wasn’t like that, bro. N***a ain’t no street n***a, at all. Damn. F**ked me up.”