Cardi B does not back down from a fight. After her track, “Bodak Yellow,” dethroned Taylor Swift at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart, many people have come out to criticize her for imitating other rappers. More specifically, fans claim she stole rapper Kodak Black’s style.
However, Cardi became sick of the criticism and hit back against her haters saying that she could “body” any flow that she wants. According to BET, Cardi admitted to using Kodak Black’s “No Flockin'” as a muse for her massive hit as well as her entire record.
During a concert, she told her fans, “And for anybody that telling me, ‘Oh b***h, you copied Kodak flow, you copied this and that flow.’ So what, b***h? So what? I’ma sound like all your favorite rappers.”
According to the rap-star – who is formerly an exotic dancer – she doesn’t care what anybody says; she’ll imitate Meek Mill, Migos, and Kodak regardless of what her haters have to say.
Even though Cardi’s song has become a huge hit in comparison to Kodak’s track from 2015, she never fails to give the rapper credit for “Bodak Yellow.”
The remix of “Bodak Yellow (Remix),” which came out on the 20th of September, featured Kodak on the tracklisting to pay proper respect.
Just as a recap, Cardi got her first big break on the reality TV series, “Love And Hip-Hop: New York,” before Atlantic Records gave her a record contract in February of 2017. Her song, “Bodak Yellow,” went on to be described as the “hip-hop anthem of the summer,” by the New York Times.