This past week on the Wendy Williams show, Soulja Boy's recent decision to leave Love and Hip-Hop was discussed and it appears as though the rapper got wind of what the talk show host had to say and wasn't too happy about it.
Naturally, Williams didn't hold back sharing her thoughts on the matter.
"I've decided to quit Love and Hip Hop. I feel my brand is too big for the show now. It's too ratchet," says the tweet that Williams read aloud. From here, she offered her opinion, alluding that him leaving the show isn't a big deal, while also commenting on lyrics from his hit single, "Crank That," where he famously coins a crude, obscene sexual act known as "supermanning."
"Okay, this is the same man who taught us what it is to be supermanned, but you're saying Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood is too ratchet?" the talk show host says. "Quite frankly, Soulja Boy, I had no idea you were on the show."
Her commentary was met with laughter from the audience, but judging from Soulja Boy's tweets, he was not too pleased abuot what she had to say about him.
"You look like my grandfather," the rapper tweeted at Williams, before adding, "Wendy Williams looks like a man."
It appears as though Soulja Boy is looking to turn this into some serious beef with the talk show host. Williams has yet to respond.
Take a look at the commentary regarding Wendy Williams and Soulja Boy in the clip below.
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