Soulja Boy Plans to Pull a Foul Move on Chris Brown After Their Boxing Match

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Soulja Boy Plans to Pull a Foul Move on Chris Brown After Their Boxing Match

But let's not "jump" to conclusions.

Published January 23, 2017

The scheduled boxing match between Chris Brown and Soulja Boy is slowly creeping up in March, and the two men seem to finally be able to redirect their focus from social media and into their respective training corners.

However, after Soulja Boy’s clique-laden video where he boasts his foretelling of the fight’s outcome, he may be hinting at some post-match foul play. 


In the video, Soulja and his boisterous crew chant “gang, gang” mantras and hype the conversation regarding the forthcoming fight with Breezy. As one of the men, who appears to be holding the camera, asks who everybody has their money on for the fight, SB makes sure to self-proclaim his victory in advance. Continuing his energetic ranting about “knocking [Chris Brown’s] b**ch a** out,” word of jumping the Virginia-bred singer surfaces amid the indecipherable shouting.

“And we’re gonna jump his b**ch a**!,” the man says as another person appears in the camera to second the claims. “We’re gonna slap the sh** out of Chris Brown. F**k him! On Crips!”

Aside from SB’s claim to take matters into his own hands regarding the fight’s event planning, the gang reference is peculiarly interesting after the rapper’s passionate Piru Blood Gang flag-bearing. But right before the video awkwardly ends when the men hear a suspicious knock on the door, SB sends a shout-out to his trainer and promoter for the match, Floyd Mayweather Jr., anyway.

Let’s hope such a risky threat is nothing more than some competitive rhetoric from King Draco.

Check out the video of Soulja Boy and company swearing in his win for the fight below. 

A video posted by DJ Akademiks (@akadmiks) on

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo from left: Michael Kovac/Getty Images for H&M, Bennett Raglin/BET/Getty Images for BET Networks)

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