/  09.21.2021


Kodak Black is ready to make amends with Jackboy, his former Sniper Gang signee.

On Tuesday (Sept. 21), the “No Flockin” emcee took to Twitter to reflect on WizDaWizard after he was found dead in Florida last Friday (Sept. 17). “Fucked Up Feeling When You Can’t Even Explain How You Feel & Even When You Do Or Try To You Get Judged By Your Feelings,” he tweeted. “Then, Funerals Turn To Photoshoots You Can’t Even Grieve In Peace.”

The Florida rapper then extended a peace offering to Jackboy, his former friend turned foe. “Let’s Use This As a Wakeup Call @Jackboy,” he tweeted.

Shit Get Real Krazy Real Kwik Out Here, Unexpectedly! & Fuck This Distance Love Nigga Come Give Me a Hug Nigga.”

Over the summer, Kodak revealed that Jackboy owed him an unpaid debt and called him “ungrateful.” He also shared a clip of himself throwing money into the ocean, writing that he “made a ‘M’ off lil Jack” and that it “took long enough but dat businezz must be stood on.”

Last month, the two men got into a heated argument on Instagram Live and Kodak claimed Jackboy instigated his beef with NBA Youngboy.

Last Friday, WizDaWizard was found dead in the front yard of a Florida home. Investigators believe foul play was involved. Authorities said the rapper, whose real name is Wisdom Williams, grew up in the South Florida neighborhood, but hadn’t lived there recently.

Deputies from Broward Sheriff’s Office are assisting local agents with the case. “There’s going to be detectives reaching out to the family, friends, trying to get some more information,”  Hallandale Beach Police Captain Megan Jones said. “We’re making a plea to the public at this time that if anyone has any information that could help us assist with a suspect then that would be greatly appreciated.”

Let’s hope Kodak and Jackboy can resolve their issues. Check out his tweets below.

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