Soulja Boy Album Pulled From Streaming Services Over Copyright Claim

The Chicago rapper took to social media to react to the problems over his new album.

Soulja Boy’s new album, “Soulja Season,” has been taken off streaming services due to reported copyright issues

The rapper took to social media to explain the situation over the new “Soulja Season” project, claiming he properly compensated a producer who is claiming otherwise.

“My album ‘Soulja Season’ was taken offf DSPs because of a copyright claim from a producer I purchased the beat from 100% this is the third time this happened,” Soulja wrote in a now-deleted tweet. “First ‘Biggest Opp’ then ‘BigDraco3.’ This may be my last time working with producers. They messing it for all producers!”

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In a separate video posted to social media, Soulja said he’s not a member of the Illuminati and that he loves God.

“When I first got in the rap game, a lot of people was like ‘Soulja Boy joined the illuminati,” he wrote. “That’s how he got his money, that’s how he got rich.’ All you gotta do is believe in God and stay down. Nothing can f**k with you.”

“When you really believe in God, you gon’ go through s**t.,” he added. “You gon’ see the media lying on you, you gon’ see n****s you don’t know beefing with you out of nowhere, hating on you. You go through more s**t when you f****n’ with God.”

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