We covered the story yesterday (April 4), Floyd Mayweather’s 19-year-old daughter, Iyanna Mayweather, aka Yaya, was arrested for stabbing NBA Youngboy’s baby mother, Lappattra Lashai Jacobs. An argument escalated and Yaya picked up two knives and charged at Lappattra. Yaya was arrested and it seems as though she bailed out shortly after the incident.
NBA Youngboy hopped online to address Kodak Black. When news broke of the situation, Kodak spoke on it (from jail via social media) and called Youngboy out for “cooperating” with the police. When the incident happened, Youngboy reportedly told authorities what happened and Kodak had an issue with that. In the caption, Kodak wrote:
“The Hell They Mean Fully Cooperated LOL They ain’t Say A Lil Piece Bih They Say Fully Bih LOL Anyways Man That Word Aint Even Posed To Be Attached To Your Name @nba_youngboy.”
Kodak went on to say that the situation makes NBA Youngboy look like he’s scared of the police. NBA YB was NOT feeling that and had some things to say in a live video. In the video, Yaya makes an appearance, which leads to the idea that she was bailed out of jail. Take a look:
Kodak Black had more to say and in a petty post, used Floyd Mayweather as an analogy referring to getting up after being knocked down. Take a look:
“I Took Every Punch And Rolled Wit It And When I Was Down They Kicked Me. Had Me Lookin Up From Da Canvas Like Was Da Love Even Real. Dam I Cant Wait To Get Up So I Can Swing Again. I Kno God Gone Give Me All My Energy Back. I Deserve To Get My Swings In, I Deserve To Win. I Took A Lot Of Losses, Went Thru A lot Of Shit, Endured So Much Pain That By The Time The Betrayal Came It Knocked The Wind Out Of Me. But When I Turn’Roun And See My Family And My SniperGirlz In My Corner I Kno Who and What I’m Fighting For..God See How Everyone Has Been Treating Me, He Gone Make Sure I Land On My Feet At Da End ; They Gone Beat They Self Up..The First Come Last And The Last Come First, I Lay Back In Da Maybach And Let Shit Play Out.”
As of yet, Yaya hasn’t responded to the situation.