Kodak Black and Jackboy Preview NBA YoungBoy-Themed Toilet Paper

Mahlik Campbell

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NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 23: Kodak Black performs onstage during the 4th Annual TIDAL X: Brooklyn at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on October 23, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images for TIDAL)

Sh*t is changing in the ongoing feud between Kodak Black and his best friend, Jackboy, and YoungBoy Never Broke Again. Fr fr.

While on Instagram Live late Monday, Jackboy introduced a new line of Sniper Gang toilet paper with the words “NBA” colorfully printed across each strip as part of an upcoming coronavirus relief kit. 

“Wipe your @ss with… NBA,” the packaging reads. If you didn’t already know, they’re not referring to basketball. 😂

"We made toilet paper for y'all," Jackboy said to viewers as he unboxed the product. "SG toilet paper. SG so real we made toilet paper for y'all. Wipe your ass with this shit."

With the coronavirus pandemic causing a nationwide run on toilet paper, it looks like SG is trying to capitalize on a market opportunity. Jackboy didn't mention when the toilet paper would be available to purchase, though.

Kodak Black and Jackboy have been trading shots with YoungBoy since the beginning of April. Kodak initially called out YoungBoy for cooperating with police following a stabbing incident involving Floyd Mayweather's daughter, Yaya, and another woman at YoungBoy's Texas home.

As Kodak's right-hand man, Jackboy was quick to offer some backup with a few disses of his own on IG Live. "All your homeboys broke as a bitch, man. He ain't giving you n****s no money, man," he said.

Last Friday, Jackboy and YoungBoy competed musically, dropping their new albums at the same time. Jackboy for the former; 38 Baby 2 for the latter. 

Per Billboard and other industry sources, YoungBoy's 38 Baby 2 is looking like a strong contender to debut at No. 1 on the next Billboard 200 album chart. He's on pace to earn roughly 70,000 equivalent album units, which would help him overtake DaBaby's Blame It On Baby.

Even with all this momentum, YoungBoy is reportedly stepping away from music and social media, telling Akademiks that he's focused on finding "peace" at the moment.