Kodak Black lashes out on Latto’s huge BET Hip Hop win, says THIS artist deserved more

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 23: Kodak Black attends the 4th Annual TIDAL X: Brooklyn at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on October 23, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images for TIDAL)

Kodak Black is enraged by Latto’s big win at the recently concluded 2022 BET Hip Hop Awards, which took place on October 4.

Latto won Song of the Year the other night, beating out six other nominees, including Kodak Black’s “Super Gremlin” and a slew of other hip-hop artists.

The rapper, who is notorious for his criminal activities, blasted the female rapper in an Instagram post, calling for a boycott of the show.

Kodak Black was dissatisfied with Latto’s “Big Energy” win at the BET Hip Hop Awards, where it outperformed hits from Drake, Future, Cardi B, and even Kanye West in the Song of the Year category.

Kodak was also nominated on the roster, but he revealed that even though he wasn’t going for it, another female rapper on the list deserved the win more than Latto.

Kodak said in an Instagram post:

“The Woman Empowerment Shit Kool ! Don’t Take Nun From Nobody But You Still Gotta Work For It ! Don’t Jus Simply Give It To Somebody Kuz They A Woman !!!!! If That’s The Case Y’all Shoulda Gave Song Of The Year To Glorilla Not That Hating Ass Mutt.”

Kodak took a shot at Latto and posted a picture of Connie Orlando, BET’s Executive Vice President and Head of Specials, Music Programming, and Music Strategy. He then demanded that Orlando be fired from his position.

As if everything he said on the rant wasn’t enough, the “Pimpin’ Ain’t Eazy” hitmaker went on Instagram Live and called Latto a “Frappuccino,” possibly referring to and joking about Latto’s mulatto origins.

Latto responded with the perfect clap. She flipped a finger to Kodak Black with the hashtag #Frapuccino in a series of sleek photos of herself. She continued to mock her on Twitter, asking what frappuccino flavor she tasted.

Kodak Black clarified on Instagram that, while Drake and Future did not win, GloRilla should have won Song of the Year for “F.N.F. (Let’s Go)” rather than Latto, doubling down on her hatred for the “It’s Givin'” rapper.

Earlier this year, Latto revealed that a male rapper made advances on her in exchange for a collaboration, but she declined. The allegations did not name anyone, but many pointed out that it was Kodak Black, hence the back and forth.