JAY-Z's money phone line on 4:44 struck a nerve with a lot of rappers, and now, it appears Kodak Black is trying to get back at the hip-hop legend.

On Tuesday (Dec. 12), the "Tunnel Vision" rapper hopped on Instagram to post a meme comparing JAY-Z and hip-hop in the 1990s to Kodak Black and hip-hop today. The photo features a side-by-side of Hov and Kodak with the lyrics to JAY-Z's 1998 hit, "Money, Cash, Hoes," underneath him.

The comparison favors Kodak, as the "Money, Cash, Hoes" chorus is presented under Jay, while Kodak's verse from "Can I" is presented under his photo. In the caption, the rapper wrote, "Real Shit B Goin On.. None Of Dat Hopscotch Shit."

In related Kodak Black news, the rapper recently settled with his baby's mother in a child support case and has agreed to pay child support until 2033. The rapper will have to pay Jammiah Broomfield, the mother of his son King Khalid, $4,200 a month.

Check out Kodak Black's Instagram post below.

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