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Kodak Black Calls Lil Wayne a “Maggot” and Says He Should Have Died When He Was a Baby

Lil Wayne has been a big figure in rap over the past 15 years, but the New Orleans native has fallen off of a lot of people’s radar lately. That’s probably because he’s been involved in a dispute with Cash Money Records boss Birdman over his unpaid earnings and an unreleased album.

The rift was brought to the surface last weekend when Kodak Black called Lil Wayne a “maggot” and said that he should have died when he was a baby. And now his daughter, Reginae Carter, has stepped in to defend him from the hater.

Kodak Black is a well-known rapper and singer from Florida who frequently performs at clubs around the city, but when he went on stage last night at LIV in Miami, he appeared to have some choice words for Lil Wayne.

In the video below, which was captured by an Instagram user, Kodak can be seen standing in front of the crowd and addressing Lil Wayne in what appears to be a very negative manner. During the performance, the singer allegedly referred to Weezy as a “maggot” and also said that Wayne should have died when he was a child.

It’s no secret that Wayne has had a turbulent personal life since his early days. He was once a drug addict, and he spent eight months in jail for an assault charge. His memoir Gone Til’ November: A Journal of Rikers Island, published in 2016, details his time in jail.

He has also been a frequent target of attacks from fellow rappers. Despite having an impressive body of work, including hits like “A Milli” and “Lollipop,” he’s been accused of many things over the years, including stealing money from the label Young Money and selling drugs.

Regardless of the accusations, Wayne is still a successful artist. He has sold more than a million copies of his albums and has won several awards, including the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album.

His career has spanned over two decades and includes more than 50 studio albums, more than 100 mixtapes and many collaborations. He has been a guest star on many other artists’ recordings, and has lent his voice to songs by artists such as Destiny’s Child.

In 2003, Wayne released Da Drought, his first solo mixtape. It was produced by T-Pain and featured Jay-Z, Static Major, and Busta Rhymes. In 2004, the rapper released Tha Carter, which went on to sell over one million copies in the United States.

After releasing several more mixtapes, he became more popular with the release of his fifth studio album, Tha Carter II, in 2005. He followed that up with the album Tha Carter III in 2008, which went on to sell more than one million copies in the United States.

Although he has not released any new music for several years, Wayne has been a frequent guest on other artists’ albums. He has performed with artists including Lil Boosie, Kanye West, and Jay-Z.

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