Kodak Black Shades Latto Over Her BET Award

Kodak Black Shades Latto Over Her BET Award. Following Latto’s victory for Song of the Year at the Hip Hop Awards, Kodak Black refers to her as “Frappuccino.” Kodak Black has a history of releasing popular music. The Florida rapper reached the top of the Billboard charts for a third time thanks to his album Back for Everything. The number-three charting album single “Super Gremlin” even earned Kodak a nomination for Song of the Year at the 2022 BET Hip Hop Awards.


Despite the success of the record, Latto finally won the prestigious prize at the presentation on Tuesday night because to her hit song “Big Energy.” Kodak wasn’t very happy about falling short of the Atlanta rapper, though. The “Roll In Peace” rapper called Latto “frappuccino” during an Instagram Live session on Wednesday and asserted that she won Song of the Year because of the empowerment of women. He said, “This whole thing seems like a damn plan.” “I then ask myself on Instagram, “What shorty blocked me for? They are presumably shouting at BET, telling him not to give him that. I revealed weeks ago. Keep an eye on them as they play with me and hand it to frappuccino.

Soon after his video went viral online, Latto attacked him on social media by posting a selfie with the phrase “frappuccino.” Following the rapper’s tribute to the late PnB Rock during his performance at the Hip Hop Awards, Kodak made his remarks. Before playing their 2016 duet “Too Many Years,” he opened his show by giving a touching message to the deceased rapper. “PnB is alive, man. You got close to a true gangster, Kodak said. On YouTube, “Super Gremlin” currently has 221 million views, compared to 36 million views for Latto’s “Big Energy.”