While live on Instagram, Kodak addressed recent 2Pac comparisons and people who have said that he could never be on the late rapper's level and that he is only considered a "legend" because of his death. He said, "People tryin' to say, 'Oh I can't put myself in the same category as 2Pac." He continued, "Actually I'm better than 2Pac because I live what I rap about. He's just a legend for a fact that he died. I live what I rap about."
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The rapper's claim also came with another one saying that his rap game is also better than The Notorious B.I.G. Additionally, he believes that he is the "hardest rapper in the game." He declared, "I'm the hardest rapper in the game, I promise. When you talk about me, you should put me in the same category as like 'Pac, Big, Nas — them n*****. Like, you feel me? Really listen to my s***. I don’t care how I act on the ground. Ask about me in the streets, I'm a real one. And I'm actually for real. You feel me?"
He added of his haters, "I see y'all sensitive as f***. You can't even vibe high. I can't even be buggin' on the internet 'cause y'all think I'm crazy."
Kodak has had a busy year. In 2018 he released his album Dying To Live (which was his first album release since being released from jail in August) and mixtape Heart Break Kodak. Most recently, he dropped a brand new song called "Pimpin' Ain't Eazy," which stirred up some controversy as the song contained a homophobic slur while name-dropping rapper Young M.A. (who is openly gay).
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