Related: Cardi B Gets No. “I’ma take all they flows and I’ma body it b—-. By Hayden Wright
Cardi B made history with her chart-topping hit “Bodak Yellow,” but critics have accused the MC of ripping off other rappers’ flows—especially Kodak Black. 1 Props from Taylor Swift, Shuts Down Azealia Banks
“I’ma sound like all your favorite rappers,” she continued. I don’t give a f—.”
Cardi has admitted that “Bodak Yellow” was inspired by Kodak Black’s 2014 hit “No Flockin’” and Black appeared on the second official remix of Cardi’s track. According to NME, the rapper said she has a right to “body” anyone’s style she wants to. There’s clearly no bad blood between the MCs at the center of this debate but it still raises interesting questions about authenticity in the genre. One day I’ma sound like Kodak [Black], the next day I’ma sound like Meek Mill, the next day I’ma sound like Migos. Addressing an audience in South Carolina Cardi said: “And for anybody that telling me, ‘Oh b—- you copied Kodak flow, you copied this and that flow,’ So what b—-? During an appearance at South Carolina’s Fall Ball, Cardi addressed the accusations head-on.
Cardi B Says She Can Copy Any Rapper’s Flow