Kodak Black Accused Of Stealing Saucy Santana's Song Lyrics


Kodak Black has been called out on social media by fellow rapper Saucy Santana. The "Pimpin Ain't Eazy" rapper has been accused of stealing the 29-year-old RCA Records artist's song "Walk."

It all began after the celebrity gossip Instagram account The Shade Room shared side-by-side photos of the two rappers wearing the same colorful-striped outfit. The Wednesday, October 12 post was captioned, "#TSRBroStoleMyLook: Ohkay [fire emoji]! Who wore this look better, #Roomies, #KodakBlack, or #SaucySantana?"


Kodak wrote, "ALL LIVES MATTER," along with an orange heart emoji in the comment section. Meanwhile, Saucy dropped a bombshell accusation that read, "#TSBroStoleMySong." The "Material Girl" spitter appeared to be referencing his song "Walk," which was released in June 2021, and Kodak's newly-released track titled "Spin." Both songs use the word "walk" repeatedly in the chorus.



"Uh, yeah, ho, yeah, I know that you can talk/ You talkin' all that s**t, but let me see if you walk/ Uh, let me see you walk (Walk, walk, walk, walk, walk, walk)," Saucy raps on his song.

Kodak's Tye Beats-produced track finds him rhyming, "Walkin' and slidin' and steppin' and spinnin'/ And standin' on b***hes and standin' on business/ Walk, walk, walk, walk, walk, walk, walk, walk," on his chorus.




Kodak wrote, "ALL LIVES MATTER," along with an orange heart emoji in the comment section. Meanwhile, Saucy dropped a bombshell accusation that read, "#TSBroStoleMySong." The "Material Girl" spitter appeared to be referencing his song "Walk," which was released in June 2021, and Kodak's newly-released track titled "Spin." Both songs use the word "walk" repeatedly in the chorus.

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