E-40 Sons Kodak Black and Lil Yachty, Proves He Was First To Make Song Callled ‘Broccoli’

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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