Rap rookie Danielle “Bhad Bhabie” Bregoli is looking out for herself. The hip-hop artist reportedly replaced Kodak Black on their “Bestie” collaboration following his recent Nipsey Hussle controversy.
According to reports, BB is going the safe route by putting female rapper Megan Thee Stallion in his place.
When radio stations banned his music, “Bestie” got screwed too. Sources close to the situation tell us several radio stations contacted Bhabie’s camp, asking if she could record another version without Kodak, so they could play it — and that’s what she did. BB got Houston rapper, Megan Thee Stallion to replace Kodak … and they released the updated version late Thursday night, and it’s now available on all streaming platforms. We’re told Danielle’s hoping hip-hop stations will take notice … and give it another run. (TMZ)
This week, BB put out the Megan Thee Stallion-featured “Bestie” banger.
Prior to the disses, Black came forward with an apology to Hussle and London following his comments going viral.
“If I disrespected you, Lauren London, in any shape or form, I’m sorry. Even though I didn’t. And rest in peace to dude. Y’all already know what I said. I said dude encouraged me to do sh*t for the community. But anyhow, my bad to them two. But for all you other people trying to fake-act like y’all are lil’ boying me on the Internet, or checking me on the Internet, that’s how you feel, bro. That’s how y’all wanna feel and I got a whole tour. I’m in Georgia right now. Tomorrow I’ll be in Norfolk, Virginia. Wherever y’all see me at, if that’s how y’all feel, that’s how y’all feel. Don’t try to lil’ boy me on the Internet.”