Soulja Boy Claims 'The Rap Game Faker Than WWE' While Calling Out 'Pussy' Rappers

HipHop News Publicado en febrero 28, 2021 a 6:04

Soulja Boy Claims 'The Rap Game Faker Than WWE' While Calling Out 'Pussy' Rappers

"I don’t think none of these n-ggaz popped shit to keep it a stack. If it come down to it I’m a pop me a n-gga."

Soulja Boy apparently had some things to get off his chest on Saturday (February 27) when he fired off a series of tweets about what makes him different from other rappers. Although it’s unclear what prompted the Twitter rant, he appeared to take aim at current rappers in general.

“These rappers pussy,” he began. “Opps dropping left and right. Rap game faker than WWE. I don’t think none of these n-ggaz popped shit to keep it a stack. If it come down to it I’m a pop me a n-gga. That’s a fact.”

 

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Considering the number of recent shootings in the rap community — both fatal and non-fatal — Soulja’s comments don’t necessarily track. In February 2020, Brooklyn-bred rapper Pop Smoke was killed during what investigators initially classified as a botched robbery.

Then last November, Chicago rapper King Von was gunned down outside of an Atlanta hookah bar following an altercation with Quando Rondo’s entourage. Only a few days later, BadAzz Music Syndicate rapper Mo3 was assassinated on a Dallas highway at the age of 28.

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