New school rappers believe they were the originators of everything without giving credit to the OGs of the game. Kodak Black called out Lil Yachty Wednesday for biting “Broccoli,” a slang term for marijuana. Yachty collabed with D.R.A.M. on their hit song titled after the green vegetable.
But it was Bay Area rapper E-40 who first used the term in his 1993 hit song “Broccoli.”
E-40 posted a clip of his music video onto his IG account with a caption, reading, “In 1993 I refer weed as BROCCOLI On my song ‘Practice Looking Hard’
In 1998 I made a song called ‘BROCCOLI’ On my Gold double album ‘The Element of Surprise’ #PROBLEMSOLVED #BROCCOLI F*ck beef get money!”
Kodak posted footage of himself vibing to D.R.A.M.’s “Broccoli” before abruptly cutting it off.
“Who these n****s is jocking my little swag, talking about broccoli?” Kodak said. “For now on, I don’t smoke broccoli, I smoke cantaloupe.”
Kodak replied, “You n****s can’t say broccoli no more. You n****s gotta say spinach or some s**t. Y’all n****s don’t smoke broccoli, y’all smoke spinach.
Yachty soon responded to Kodak’s diss in an IG post captioned, “@kodakblack all I show is love bro don’t disrespect me.”
“First off, anytime before I perform the song “Broccoli,” I say shout out to that n***a Kodak,” Yachty said. “That n***a said, ‘I told the teacher I’m a healthy kid, I smoke broccoli.’ I give all my credit. Second, I don’t even smoke broccoli. I don’t give a f**k about weed. That’s how it is. I ain’t never been no square a-- n***a. I address sh*t how it is. I show all my respect.”
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