Kodak Black Fires Back at ‘Ugly’ Insults: ‘They Can Kiss My Ass’

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    Kodak Black Claps Back at Critics of His Appearance: “They Can Kiss My Ass”

    Kodak Black Claps Back at Critics of His Appearance in New Song

    Kodak Black is not one to shy away from addressing his haters, especially when it comes to criticism of his appearance. The rapper recently featured on Don Toliver’s new album Hardstone Psycho, where he dedicated a verse to calling out those who have called him ugly.

    In the song “Brother Stone,” Kodak raps, “Bitches say I’m ugly, they can kiss my ass/N-ggas hatin’ on me but they copy my swag/Fuck respect and love, as long as these n-ggas don’t do shit to me/Throw shots all you want, as long as shit’s not literally.”

    This is not the first time Kodak Black has spoken out against those who have criticized his looks. In a 2022 Instagram video, he confidently declared, “I never been ugly and I’m rich as fuck. And I f*ck good, ya heard me?”

    The rapper’s personal life has also been making headlines, as he welcomed his fourth child earlier this year. However, things seem to have taken a turn for the worse with his then-girlfriend Maranda Johnson, who accused him of cheating and vandalized his cars after he was seen with his other baby mama.

    Despite the drama in his personal life, Kodak Black continues to focus on his music and clap back at his critics with his signature confidence and swagger.