On May 6, rappers Kodak Black and Pooh Shiesty met up in Miami to squash their long-standing beef. Here’s how Twitter reacted to their Miami meet up.

In March 2020, Kodak and Pooh had a bit of a heated exchange on Instagram that shocked many fans.

The beef between the two began when both of them started claiming to have invented the ‘posting money on the gram’ shenanigans.

However, it looks like the two have finally settled their beef after they met up in Miami on Thursday night (May 6).


Kodak Black and Pooh Shiesty end their beef with a Miami meetup

Fans always rejoice when their favourite hip-hop artists, put their differences aside, squash their feud and become friendly. Fans become even more ecstatic when they collaborate on new music.

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The rappers finally ended their short-lived beef, when the Memphis rapper Kodak recently met his South Florida contemporary Pooh in Miami.

Their meet up was live-streamed on Instagram and the videos have gone viral on Instagram.


Kodak and Pooh also posed for a couple of photos together before they went their separate ways.

However, the rapper’s did not just end their beef but also announced that the two collaborating for creating new music.

The audio for Kodak’s new song called Rip Stick in collaborating with Pooh Shiesty & Syko Bob released just today on May 8.

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Twitter reacts to Pooh Shiesty and Kodak Black ending their beef

But what were Kodak Black and Pooh Shiesty beefing about?

The short-lived beef between the rappers started in March 2020, when Kodak took to his Instagram and claimed that he invented the ‘spreading money flex’ pose for pics.

In the now-deleted video post, Kodak was heard using the “blurrd” ad-lib, which fans associate with Pooh.

The video caused the South Florida rapper to think that Kodak was taking a dig at him. In response to Kodak’s video, Pooh took to his Instagram stories and wrote, “This sh*t here so lame to me lost all my respect @kodakblack.”

However, Pooh deleted his story as soon as he realized that Kodak was not making a dig at him.

Kodak finally cleared the air during one of his Instagram live, where he noted, “Blurrd sh*t just be ‘bout we really run over sh*t,” thus explaining what he meant earlier.