Kodak Black Shades Megan Thee Stallion Over #LetMeDriveTheBoat Claims
The incarcerated Florida rapper shares on his Instagram account a clip of a recent episode of ‘Strahan, Sara and Keke’ featuring the ‘Hot Girl Summer’ letting people assume that she’s the creator of the catchphrase.
- Mar 18, 2020
AceShowbiz – Being in prison, Kodak Black has a lot of things to think about. However, that doesn’t stop the rapper from weighing in on Megan Thee Stallion not denying when people claim that she is the originator of the catchphrase “Let me drive the boat.”
On Tuesday, March 17, the incarcerated Florida rapper shared on his Instagram account a clip of a recent episode of “Strahan, Sara and Keke” featuring the “Hot Girl Summer” hitmaker as the guest. The episode saw Keke Palmer quizzing her co-hosts Michael Strahan and Sara Haines about the originator of the popular phrase “Drive the boat”.
“Which hip-hop star created the catchphrase ‘Drive the boat’ and what does it mean?” Keke asked. Michael and Sara guessed it was Megan, and that was the correct answer, according to Keke. “You got it right. It’s about consumption and she is the originator,” she said while referring to the “Cash S**t” raptress.
That didn’t sit well with Kodak, who believed he was the one who used the phrase for the first time. “I Really Wanna Go Bad On Lil One but Im Keepin This S**t Pretty #LetMeDriveTheBoat #FreeTheGoat,” so Kodak wrote in the caption.
Fans appeared to agree with Kodak, who went viral as a video featuring him wearing a life jacket on the back of the speed boat and asking the captain, “Let me drive the boat,” surfaced online. Meanwhile, Megan used the phrase in a January Instagram post.
“Wow they really stole yo s**t,” one fan commented. “Damn lmfaooo they really doing you bad,” one other chimed in, with someone else criticizing Megan and saying, “How the f**k she gonna act like she came up with the s**t.”
Megan has yet to respond to Kodak’s shade.
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