Kodak Black is basically the stage name of popular Bill K. Kapri aka Dieuson Octave. He born at Florida, United States in June 1997 *(originated from Haiti) and has been massively successful in the media industry by his singing style, songwriting, and rapping. He started rapping when he was in School.
Kodak Black is famous for his outstanding rap and his voice (listed on the top of Billboard and Canadian Chart couple of times) but also been criticized a lot for his drug addiction and guns along with different absurd occurrences with various girls.
Despite having a lot of anger management courses and classes; he is still famous for some of his brutal comments on various issues and some clips on social media.
In this article, we will accumulate some of the top quotes of Kodal Blacks. Here you go –
Kodak Black (Dieuson Octave) Quotations
“People just see the shine. They don’t see the grind, the bags under my eyes. It was a lot of grinding, setbacks… I ain’t finna let nothing stop me. Wherever I stop at, I already know who I am.”
“All us got a due date. All us got a death sentence. One day, we gonna die.”
“While we walking, while we breathing, we dying… I be really feeling like, even though we live to die, some people be dying to live.”
“I just know that I’mma do something in life. I’mma do something productive.”
“I knew I was going to be slugged up, my whole mouth gold.”
“Everybody say I give them Pac vibes. I ain’t gonna lie: I ain’t really grow up on Pac, but I kinda see it – just off everything I do, though.”
“I got the type of voice where I can hit a tone if I want, but I ain’t trying to be Fetty Wap or Future.”
“I used to listen to that song, ‘I just wanna be successful!’ I was like, ‘I’ma be where bruh at.’ I used to watch him on ‘Degrassi.’”
“I’m better than Tupac and Biggie. I say that so now you know where my head at.”
“My complexion, we too gutter: light-skinned women are more sensitive.”
“I was uploading on YouTube and stuff, and they were liking it or whatever. I just kept elevating and elevating. I had little setbacks, but I used them as stepping stones.”
“I didn’t just freestyle it. At the end, it’s about bread.”
“My mom, her money going was straight to the bills.”
“I love African American women, but I just don’t like my skin complexion.”
“Light-skinned women, we can break them down more easy.”
“If Master P ever hollered at me, I’d holla at him.”