And just like that, the beef between T.I. and Kodak Black has officially been taken to wax, and Kodak is the first to strike.

On Monday night (April 15), just a bit over a week after T.I. called him out for some questionable comments the Florida rapper made about Lauren London in the wake of her boyfriend Nipsey Hussle's death, Kodak Black unloaded "Expeditiously," a scathing Tip diss track that also includes at least one shot at The Game and possibly 6ix9ine.

For the song, which takes its title from Tip's telling Kodak to fix his behavior "expeditiously" when he first called out the former XXL Freshman, Kodak appears to call the Atlanta rapper a snitch.

"Young nigga sticking to the code, 'cause I don't condone snitching/I ain't going out like that rapper, I don't do know tippin'/When he said my name on the TV, that boy a bold witness/On the news, see T.I.P., that boy don't got no feelings/...they say The Game strippin', old heads ain't hitting on nothin', I say them boys kiddin'," Kodak spits on the track.

Elsewhere on the song, Kodak calls T.I.'s wife, Tiny, ugly and continues bashing Tip for how he's handled their entire online back-and-forth. "How the hell you calling me out when you know I don't listen," Kodak spits in another part of the song. "How you tell me what came out my mouth, don't even know Nipsey."

This diss song comes after footage of T.I. playing a presumed Kodak diss popped up on the internet. While Tip doesn't get explicit on the song, plenty of people took his words to be directed to Kodak. Kodak responded to the video a few days later, and now, he's unleashed an actual diss song.

Check it out for yourself just below.

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