"Why you being prejudiced?" — Kodak Black responds to ex-6ix9ine associate SteveWillDoIt's theft accusation

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Kodak Black was accused of stealing former 6ix9ine associate SteveWillDoIt's watch (Image via Mike Coppola/Getty Images)

Former 6ix9ine associate SteveWillDoIt accused Kodak Black of stealing his $500,000 Richard Mille watch and alleged that the rapper was "100% on drugs" in a series of now-deleted tweets on June 15, 2024.

In response, the rapper addressed the allegations during an Instagram Live session, calling out the content creator for being prejudiced.

"Kodak is on nothing. Sir, why are you being prejudiced, sir? Have you saw me do any drugs? Have you seen me do meth or anything? Why you being prejudiced? Then you made a Tweet to the whole world, like, I wasn’t finna get on the internet and say, ‘Oh, Steve Will Do It is a b*tch," the rapper said.

SteveWillDoIt allegedly has evidence of Kodak Black stealing his watch

SteveWillDoIt took to X on June 15 to post a series of tweets accusing Kodak Black of stealing his Richard Mille watch, claiming to have a "full video" of the Super Gremlin rapper "running off" with the expensive watch.

"I got full video of Kodak Black trying to run off with my Richard Mille. Rappers are sick sick individuals. I won’t be associating myself with rappers unless I can confirm they aren’t brokies. Will post the full video Tuesday or Wednesday," he wrote.

In previous tweets that have since been deleted, he also alleged the rapper was on drugs and meth.

Kodak Black responded to these allegations on Instagram Live, where he threatened Steve with violence, saying he would “knock his drunk a** out.”

"I told you to your face and I threw your stuff on the floor. I don’t give a f*ck about none of them muscles or that tight ass suit you was wearing yesterday. I told you to your f*cking face. A n*gga will knock your drunk a** out," Black said.

According to HipHop DX, SteveWillDoIt and Kodak Black were once friends, with Steve even gifting the rapper his "dream car," a red 1970s Chevrolet “donk” boasting 32-inch Asanti rims, in 2022. This occurred after Black was shot in the leg in February 2022 in Los Angeles following an "unprovoked attack" against someone the rapper was with.


Kodak Black collaborated with Don Toliver on Brother Stone

Kodak Black's latest music came in the form of a collaboration with Don Toliver on the latter's latest album, Hardstone Psycho, released on June 14, 2024. The album's third track, Brother Stone, features Black taking shots at people who mock him for his appearance, calling them to kiss his a**.

"B*itches say I’m ugly, they can kiss my a**. N*ggas hating on me, but they copy my swag / F*ck respect and love, as long as these n*ggas don’t do sh*t to me / Throw shots all you want, as long as sh*t’s not literally," he raps.
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In November 2023, Black surprise-released his seventh studio album, When I Was Dead, produced by Metro Boomin, Boi-1da, Allen Ritter, J Gramm, Earl on the Beat, Dyryk, and Dr. Zeuz, with guest appearances from WizDaWizard, Wam SpinThaBin, and OG Bobby Billions.

When I Was Dead was Black's second album released in 2023, following Pistolz & Pearlz, which came out in May 2023.

Edited by Shubham Soni
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