Kodak Black Name Drops Yung Miami & Jayda Cheaves On “Dirty K?”

Written by Greg Lewis

Kodak Black mentions Yung Miami on his new song “Dirty K,” and his fans theorize that he’s shooting his shot at Jayda Cheaves as well.

Kodak Black is back to debuted his newest project since his 2020 album Bill Israel. Titled Haitian Boy Kodak, the eight-track project features songs like” Z Look Jamaican” and “Don’t Leave Me.” One track stirring up several conversations is “Dirty K.” The Florida rapper finds a poetic way to musically address prior relationships with artist in the industry. In the song he mentioned how his friendship with NBA YoungBoy sourced out of the blue, and he also bashes Meek Mill for criticizing his cash flow without helping him secure more.

Kodak Continued to drop bombs when heard on the song name-dropping two of the most popular women in the Hip Hop community: City Girls’ Yung Miami and Lil Baby’s baby mother Jayda Cheaves.

Thanks to the mix on “Dirty K,” the lyrics in question are a bit muddled, as even Genius’ transcription is incomplete. For the lines that fans think refer to Caresha (a.k.a. Yung Miami), Genius shows the lyrics as, “I could’ve played relations better with [?]/I’m thinking back ’cause it’s a whole lotta things I should’ve did.”

Furthermore, fans have been debating whether a subsequent line also mentions Jayda Cheaves. That line has caused far more contention as Genius has transcribed Kodak’s bars as “I’m having problems showing people that I really care/I don’t know but I been thanking my jailor too much.”

Check out Kodak Black’s new Haitian Boy Kodak standout “Dirty K” above to listen for yourself. The lyrics in question start around the 1:00-mark.

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