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While behind bars, Kodak Black is stirring up more controversy. 

In a new freestyle that he recorded in jail, the Florida rapper threatens to physically harm pregnant rapper, Yung Miami, who is one-half of the rap duo City Girls.

“I bought Yung Miami a ring, she wanted 808’s baby,” raps Kodak Black. “When I see her I’ma hit that b**ch in her stomach / The way I keep this shit too real / They say I’m f**kin’ up my money.”

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Over the weekend, the rapper who also sexually harassed rapper Young MA via a song, shared the freestyle on his Instagram account.

Yung Miami previously appeared in the rapper’s video for his single, “Christmas in Miami,” where he proposed to her with a Ring Pop.

Yung Miami announced her pregnancy on social media, last month. Her boyfriend, Southside, a producer a part of the production duo 808 Mafia, heard Kodak’s violent freestyle and fired back at the incarcerated rapper via his Instagram stories.

“Somebody tell Kodak suck a d**k,” wrote the Atlanta producer. “How ’bout that? And get up out of jail first, pu**y.”

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Kodak Black eventually clapped back at Southside via his Instagram stories. “I Ripped Dat Bih Ainna ?!! @808mafiaboss Put A Beat To It,” Kodak Black wrote.

Kodak Black, 22, is currently behind bars due to weapon charges. In May, he was arrested for allegedly committing fraud on gun applications.

Kodak was denied bond and will remain in jail in Florida until at least September when the rapper’s trial begins.

The embattled rapper has also been charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct for allegedly raping a woman after one of his concerts in 2016.

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.