Soulja Boy Officially Bans Actor Shia LaBeouf From Atlanta

Looks like the rapper's got a new target.

A couple of weeks ago, Shia LaBeouf dropped by Sway in the Morning to show off his rapping talents. Much to the surprise of many, the actor proved he's got bars.

While Soulja Boy is a bit late to the party, someone recently must have brought to his attention the fact that LaBeouf didn't exactly pay him any respect during his freestyle and the rapper isn't about to let that slide.

While it was reported that the Transformers actor denied the opportunity to appear on The Breakfast Club to further discuss the shots he fired at some of today's rappers, including Drake and Lil Yachty, the actor did email over a new freestyle, during which he has some words for Soulja Boy.

Soulja Boy has not taken kindly to LaBeouf's freestyle, going as far as to "ban" the actor from ever stepping foot in Atlanta, declaring an official new beef.

"You a b***h a** n***a, you can’t never come to Atlanta, you can’t never come to the streets in the hood," Soulja Boy reacts in a new video he posted to his Instagram. “You can never live my life, you need to stick to acting, real s**t n***a."

Soulja Boy then continues ripping LaBeouf a new one, saying that the actor should stick to what he knows, while also warning him to watch his back.

"This rap s**t ain't for you n***a, for real have some n***a pull up on you, f**k Shia Labeouf," the rapper continues. "N***a, f**k you talking about keep my name out your mouth, you don’t want no beef, on my mama, you better stick to acting n***a cause this s**t get real."

We wonder if Shia got the message loud and clear, or if he'll be boldly entering a full-on war with the rapper in the weeks ahead.

Take a listen to Soulja Boy going in on Shia LaBeouf in the clip below.

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