Soulja Boy Went TF Off On Kanye West On Instagram Live

Soulja Boy Went TF Off On Kanye West On Instagram Live

“Yo, the n***a that's crying about Drake on Twitter every week?!”

Published January 15, 2019

It seems that just when the world finally allowed themselves to erase Soulja Boy from their memory, he pulls up to remind us all of who he is and once was. The “Crank That” emcee took to Instagram Live a few days ago with an explosive rant about having “the greatest comeback of 2018.” He seemed incredibly disrespected that many felt it was Tyga who could rightfully claim that throne. “Ni**as said it was over for me after that Chris Brown shi*t, after that Migos sh*t.” In case you missed it, Soulja’s beef with the Virginia native was set to be resolved through a boxing match, and he sparked a war with Migos trapster Quavo, diss track included.

  1. “F**k y’all ni**as; I’m back,” he declared after sitting back for the past two years and letting newbies “f**k up the rap game”

    Despite being hilariously trolled by Snoop Dogg, the former Interscope signee hopped right back onto Live with a word about Kanye West after dubbing himself the Black Elon Musk for releasing a video game console. For argument's sake, Elon Musk’s net worth is $22 billion while Soulja Boy’s net worth is allegedly $30 million.

    However, Soulja proceeded to troll the Yeezy fortune and Ye’s relentless beef with Drake.

  2. “All you did was kiss a couple ni**as ass at Louis Vuitton and Adidas,” he continued

    “I made my own video game console and it made Nintendo try to come and sue me,” Soulja stated and even followed up with, “I’m the reason Kanye West act cocky,” he daringly stated.  During the height of “Crank That,” he met Kanye, but Ye stood there and Soulja refused to even greet him. "I didn't even know who the f**k he was," the "Pretty Boy Swag" rapper continued.

  3. So, Soulja Boy is the reason Ye is cocky? Sure...

    Peep his fiery sentiments about Tyga, Kanye and having the greatest comeback unfold.

Written by Mya Abraham

(Photos from left: Paul Drinkwater/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images, Scott Dudelson/FilmMagic)


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