Someone Take Away Soulja Boy's Twitter Account

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - JUNE 27:  Rapper Soulja Boy attends BET "Music Moguls" premiere event at 1OAK on June 27, 2016 in West Hollywood, California.  (Photo by Maury Phillips/Getty Images for BET)

Someone Take Away Soulja Boy's Twitter Account

He threatened to put a bounty out on someone.

Published November 7, 2016

Soulja Boy has been taking an extreme approach when it comes to handling his recent rap beefs online, and it is starting to come back to him. 

The ever-expressive rapper recently was hit with a lawsuit for allegedly putting out a $10,000 hit on New Orleans rapper Skrill Dilly. Now roughly a week later, Soulja's aggressive tweets may have gotten him into trouble once again.

As reported, Soulja Boy currently is beefing with a Chicago rapper named Rico Recklezz. The tension between the two rappers grew significantly when Rico Recklezz sided with Lil Yachty during last week's ordeal involving model India Love.

Soulja Boy threatened Rico Recklezz yesterday (November 6), using strong language, saying he was going to put out a $100,000 bounty on the rapper, before, of course, deleting the tweets.

Recklezz posted a screenshot of the now-deleted tweets on his Instagram, challenging Soulja to a boxing match in response.

"He gon be dead before 2017," Soulja tweeted. "We sliding. I got 100K on his head." Following up this tweet with another, the rapper wrote, "I just made a million dollars. What I look like dissin an unsigned Chicago rapper?"

Recklezz then clapped back by saying that whenever the rapper is ready, TMZ or YouTube can host their fight.

While Recklezz didn't react to the threatening tweets in the same way Skrill Dilly did, perhaps Soulja Boy's outraged tweeting will catch up to him again in another way.

Take a look at some the heated exchanges in the posts below.

😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 @souljaboy

A photo posted by RICO MUTHAFUCKIN RECKLEZZ 🏃🏽🔫 (@kushsmokegunsmoke_) on

@ his bitch ass

A photo posted by RICO MUTHAFUCKIN RECKLEZZ 🏃🏽🔫 (@kushsmokegunsmoke_) on

Written by KC Orcutt

(Photo: Maury Phillips/Getty Images for BET)


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