50 Cent Wants To Set Up Kodak Black and Lil Wayne Fight

#kodakblack wants to knock out #lilwayne; #aboogie bets jewelry on fight

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50 Cent is going to be Hip Hop’s number one boxing promoter. Fif wants to set up a boxing match between Kodak Black and Lil Wayne. The G-Unit boss took to IG to share a video of Kodak challenging to Tunechi to a fight.

“@KODAKBLACK IS WIT DA S—,” 50 Cent wrote on Instagram. “I’m calling @liltunechi now. Stay tuned #thefightstillon.”

@KODAKBLACK IS WIT DA S—. I'm calling @liltunechi now. Stay tuned #thefightstillon

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Kodak was cooling in the studio with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie when he made his challenge.

“Aye, listen here, man,” he said. “Tell Lil Wayne fight me. We finna get in the ring. Me and Lil Wayne. I’m finna knock that stupid a– n***a out. If you whoop me, he the best rapper alive.”

A Boogie told viewers he’s going to bet his jewelry on the match.

“He [A Boogie] got his jewelry on it. I got my whole money, my jewelry, my house, everything on it,” Kodak said. “Tell Lil Wayne fight me in the ring. I’ma beat his stupid a–. I bet everything on it. Since Soulja Boy and Chris Brown doing it. I don’t even need no trainer. I don’t need Floyd Mayweather, Adrien Broner. I’m finna beat Lil Wayne stupid a–. Whoever win they best rapper alive. Lil Wayne if he ain’t scared of me, he gon fight me.”

Kodak dissed Wayne Monday.

“Lil Wayne can eat my a–,” he said.

Kodak took to Twitter in December to proclaim he is better than Lil Wayne.

Kodak wrote, “Lil Wayne Ain’t The Best F*****g Rapper Alive … IAM.”

Kodak may believe he’s better than Wayne, but unfortunately, Tunechi doesn’t even know who he is.

Weezy was asked his thoughts on XXL Freshman 2016 rappers 21 Savage, Lil Yachty, Lil Uzi Vert and Kodak Black during an interview with The New York Times.

“I swear to God I didn’t know you were saying people’s name just now, so that should probably answer that question,” Tunechi said. “I just do my own thing.”

Weezy spoke with NYT about his new memoir “Gone ‘Til November,” which details his 8-month prison stint for gun charges on Rikers Island in 2010.

This isn’t the first Kodak proclaimed himself better than legendary rappers. Kodak Black sparked controversy in April after saying he was better than Tupac and Notorious B.I.G.

Kodak again professed he was better than Pac and Big during his XXL Freshman 2016 profile.

“I’m better than Tupac and Biggie,” Kodak said. “I say that, so now you know where my head at.”

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