One-time friends and collaborators Soulja Boy and Chief Keef were locked in a social media feud that featured plenty of naming calling and threats of violence. The juvenile back and forth started after a member of Keef's GBE crew, Ballout, snatched the "Crank That" rapper's chain, then boasted about it on Twitter.
The two rappers previously worked together on the song "Screamin'," which also featured Chi-Town rapper King L, but according to their respective social media accounts, things are no longer all good.
"N L.A. Pushin On N----s Jus Too This N---a @souljaboy Chain Des N----s Fak As S--t I B Takin S--- #300s--t," tweeted Ballout, referencing the incident.
Soulja Boy responded, taking to Facebook to call out the "I Don't Like" rapper and his GBE affiliate, proclaiming, "AK-47 … in handy @ballout ! yo body go drop forreal n----!!"
Soulja Boy, who was born in Chicago but moved to Atlanta as a teen, continued, posting multiple phone numbers believed to be Chief Keef's and insinuating that he would track down both men and exact his revenge.
"312-202-2892 call Sosa and tell him im on my way !" exclaimed Soulja Boy, who then added, "(402) 334-2778 call this n---a Sosa on both of his lines and tell him the choppa on the way !"
Soulja Boy has since claimed his Facebook account was hacked but did not comment on the validity of his exchanges with Keef and Ballout.
A post on Complex.com cited from Soulja Boy's Instagram reported that the rapper was said to be in Chicago while making the threats. Chief Keef responded "In London Ttu New Number Dm if You Want It," and later added "(404) 713-7387 Call Me And Holja Boy At This Number."
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