Kodak Black’s producer Dyryk calls out Latto
Last week, Latto appeared in a new interview on Big Boy’s Neighborhood, and made a big claim. This was that a male rapper on her “777” album, (Which has now been released) wanted sex, in exchange for their featured verse, for her. Latto ended up feeling uncomfortable, and almost scrapped the song. She eventually got the collaboration, apparently without needing to have sex for it.
Kodak Black eventually went on to call Latto out on Twitter, due to believing she was discussing him. He even went on to call her “that Mulatto girl.”
Now, Kodak’s producer, Dyryk, is speaking out. He is appearing to confirm that it was Kodak that Latto called out, and labeled it as a diva situation.
“Let me fill you in on what this bullsh*t with @latto777 is all about. She asked for a feature a while back. We charged her our normal rate and she wanted a swap. Since her verse won’t really do anything for us, we asked for a swap for our female artist and charged her substantially less. She declined and said she was going to not use the record.”
“Talk about empowering fellow female rappers. Now she’s on some bullsh*t that she was made uncomfortable And holding up your album? I know you’re not talking about us. You were on your diva sh*t when no one is getting in the car playing your records. You’re whole album had legal issues (I’m on the email chain) stop tryna pull this fictitious fueled empathy card for sales.”
Kodak’s verse went on to stay on Latto’s 777 album. He appears on the song “Bussdown.”