Kodak Black Accuses NBA YoungBoy’s Manager Of Copying His Tour Idea

The manager of NBA YoungBoy, Alex Junnier, has come under fire from Kodak Black for allegedly stealing his idea for a tour. The Florida rapper made the assertion during an Instagram Live earlier this week, only days after Junnier made the announcement that YoungBoy and Quando Rondo would start their 30-city tour in Chicago, the city of YB’s major competitor Lil Durk and the late King Von, who was gunned down after a fight with Rondo’s crew in late 2020.

“They tried to tell a n-gga I couldn’t come to — I forgot what place that was — I made that my first stop on the tour. YB’s manager used to be around me so he know how I go, he know how a n-gga operate — that’s why they made that their first stop,” said Kodak, who was formerly under Junnier’s management.

He further added: “They know that’s my type of shit. ‘Oh yeah, they can’t come here? First stop!’ … There could be smoke, but you ain’t finna tell a n-gga he can’t come nowhere because I gotta pick up checks over here.”

Kodak Black appeared to be referencing to his Dying to Live Tour, which toured North America in support of the same-named album in 2019. Nearby NBA YoungBoy’s hometown of Baton Rouge, New Orleans served as the starting point of the 32-city tour.

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