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Is a feud between rappers Kodak Black and Lil Yachty brewing? Pictured: Lil Yachty on Oct. 15, 2016 in New York City. Getty Images/Brad Barket

When you spend most of your summer locked up in jail, it may be difficult to stay on top of the current hit songs. After being released from prison just two weeks ago, it appears that rapper Kodak Black has just caught wind of D.R.A.M.’s 2016 hit single, “Broccoli.”

In a video posted to Instagram on Wednesday, Kodak Black called out artists for using his broccoli slang, which rappers D.R.A.M. and Lil Yachty used in their song. In the video, Kodak Black can be seen listening to “Broccoli” while wondering who is “jocking is lil’ swag.”

Upset that his slang is being used by other rappers, Kodak Black vowed to not use the word anymore, saying he will no longer “smoke broccoli” and will now “smoke cantaloupe.” After saying he wouldn’t use the word anymore, Kodak Black posted another video saying other rappers can’t use the word either.

Following Kodak Black’s videos, Lil Yachty posted his own video, responding to Kodak’s comments. According to Yachty, whenever he performs “Broccoli,” he makes sure to shout out Kodak. Yachty then revealed he doesn’t even “smoke broccoli” and said he couldn’t care less about it. But the rapper did take offense to Kodak calling him square. “I ain’t never been no square,” he said.

Lil Yachty and Kodak Black were both selected to XXL’s 2016 Freshman Class list and appeared in a cypher video together. D.R.A.M. has yet to respond to Kodak’s comments.

While Kodak did use the term in his 2014 song “No Flockin,” the term has been around in hip-hop longer than that. As far back as the late-1990’s, rapper E-40 was using the term. On his 1998 song “Broccoli,” E-40 rapped, “I don’t need no doctor, I don’t need no shrink / All I need is broccoli and a 40-oh to drink.”