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Young M.A calls Kodak Black "weird" after he name drops her in a sexual song

"Come on, obviously the nigga is weird, bro."

Young M.A // Artist Instagram

Kodak Black knows how to cause a stir on social media. This time, the 21-year-old rapper has found himself at the ire of Young M.A for including her name in the sexually suggestive lyrics for his new song, "Pimpin Ain't Eazy."

"I be pullin' out straps on these f—k n—s, I go Young M.A. on these dumb b—s. Like a dyke man, you n—s can't f—k with me," he raps on the chorus. Black also name drops the New York native on the second verse, saying, "I'm f—kin' Young M.A, long as she got a coochie. Say she got the strap and the toolie, say she put the crack in her booty."

On Friday (March 15), Young M.A finally addressed the lyrics on Instagram Live. "Y'all keep talking about this Kodak situation. Y'all n—s is weird, bro," she told her 4.3 million followers. "Come on, obviously the n—a is weird, bro. Obviously, he on some shit, bro."

On Saturday (March 16), Black and Young M.A were scheduled to perform at the Pot of Gold Festival in Arizona. "I'll see him tomorrow," she revealed. "I'll holla at him, if I get a chance to see him. Y'all do this internet s—t too much, bro. I don't like the internet s—t, bro. I don't like this internet s—t. I deal with my issues in person."

In the end, the 26-year-old emcee told fans "If I don't care about it, why y'all care about it? Y'all d—k eating that s—t like a motherf—ker. Chill!" Naturally, it didn't take long before Black responded.

"It feel good to know that somebody love you out there. I know more people love me than hate me. And I do more good than I do bad. I do a lot of stuff, but I do more good than I do bad," he rambled on Instagram Live before stating, "How you a girl but don't want your p—y penetrated? How? Don't be mad at me because I want you, baby."

While many commentators have called out his statement as homophobic, Young M.A has yet to respond to Black at press time.

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