Fans Are Getting Lit Watching Soulja Boy Play ‘Call Of Duty’ On Twitch

LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 02:  Rapper Soulja Boy plays XBox at the XBox Booth at E3 Expo at Los Angeles Convention Center on June 2, 2009 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Michael Buckner/WireImage)

Fans Are Getting Lit Watching Soulja Boy Play ‘Call Of Duty’ On Twitch

Even Bryson Tiller slipped in the comments.

Published August 6th

Written by BET Staff

Rapper Soulja Boy has taken to live streaming himself playing video games on Twitch over the course of the past two months. Clips from these sessions have since made their way over to Twitter, and it lit up his fans in the Twitterverse when they came across one specific clip.

  1. This week, a snippet of his recent Call Of Duty: Warzone co-operative gaming session had the whole timeline breaking down into laughter. After realizing that his team had forced all of their online opponents to respawn, Soulja literally screamed at the top of his lungs, shouting “All Money Gang,” while celebrating their apparent victory. Off the corner, he could be seen excitedly bouncing around in his seat on camera. 

    Fans were thoroughly amused by his over-the-top antics, with one person writing, “Soulja Boy is having TOO much fun on Warzone LMFAOOOO.” 

    Even Bryson Tiller was all the way here for the action. The ever-elusive R&B singer slipped into the comments, writing “on gaanggggggggg.”

  2. RELATED: Soulja Boy Left Fans Shook After Revealing He’s Removed Nearly All Of His Face Tattoos

    Overall, it seems most fans are just happy to see Soulja Boy enjoying himself as the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage. He’s been engaging in the game play continually, minus a short absence due to serving time in jail for a parole violation

    In the midst of quarantine, more and more rappers have taken to the Twitch to livestream themselves playing video games. There’s even a reddit thread dedicated to compiling which hip-hop artists are active on the platform.

     Check out some of the reactions to his gaming session below.


(Photo: Michael Buckner/WireImage)


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